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#1 Hal Smith

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Posted 29 August 2011 - 07:07 AM

I saw Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" yesterday at the AMC24 here in OKC. It was digitally projected and Darius' Cinematography looked like cr*p. It was shot in 35mm and went through a DI (Woody's first). It was bright but very low contrast, the projected gamma washed out all the highlights. The opening scenes have been reviewed as being gorgeous but in this instance looked blah, not unlike what Canon HDSLR footage looks like if the picture style isn't set up correctly.

Anyone else see it digital projected? How did it look to you?

Other than that, I really liked the story...but then I've always been a patsy for Woody's movies.
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