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#1 daniel silwerfeldt

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Posted 20 September 2011 - 07:48 AM

I´m currently working on a 3D animated (non sterescopic) movie. I´m doing Comp/grading and VFX.
Alot of the background are mattepaints and we paint alot over the 3D.

Since we are having alot of static shots and don´t like the digital look when nothing happens in the pictures even though the mattepaints are great we gonna have a dull picture when shown in digital theatres. The 35mm will propably lokk much more "alive".

We are trying some stuff digitally - add grain, subtle camera shakes (mimic moving film), some small flickering and more. (we do alot with the grading and glows to take out the digital look..)

My question is: Can we shoot out our movie on a 16mm negative and then scan that in again?
Or better Develop a 16mm and scan the positive movie in and use that to make a DCP and 35mm copy of the movie.

Have somebody done this? Maybe we could do this on 35mm also, but will this work?

I am not looking for help how to do it digitally.
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