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#1 jeroenvanderpoel

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Posted 24 October 2011 - 01:24 PM



Hey here's a manifest which i shot for a coming up feature.
Its shot on fuji eterna 16t and i think it came really nice out!
Any advice for future project would be well appreciated.
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Posted 25 October 2011 - 08:02 PM



Hey here's a manifest which i shot for a coming up feature.
Its shot on fuji eterna 16t and i think it came really nice out!
Any advice for future project would be well appreciated.
greets
Jeroen



No advice to give other than do it again. You're good. loved the photography. Did you shoot any tests of Kodak black and white stock and if so, can you post a comparison. the fuji stock looked amazing. bravo. I am tempted to do the same for a music video I have coming up. But I really want to work with real black and white. what were your reasons for shooting the way you did?
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Posted 30 October 2011 - 03:36 AM

No advice to give other than do it again. You're good. loved the photography. Did you shoot any tests of Kodak black and white stock and if so, can you post a comparison. the fuji stock looked amazing. bravo. I am tempted to do the same for a music video I have coming up. But I really want to work with real black and white. what were your reasons for shooting the way you did?


Hey Chris!,

I ve been into black and white film shooting in the past, but shooting black and white on s16mm is always something which i dont like.
The choise of black and white films is very limited in terms of asa rating, next to that the black and white films are very grainy and less sharp then the color negatives around.
I ve been shooting black and white for s8mm for the esthetic qualitys of the grain, but for this film i wanted to have a more stylised and less vintage look.
Because I have been doing a lot of colour negative shooting on s16mm, I know exactly how to overexpose the negative to get the right feel of grain and contrast.
Because I am doing a lot of color corection myself color for black and white is a very versatile work flow and very intuitive.
You can change the contrast in three different colors! Would like to see your shoot on black and white film, and would like to know how you benefit from working with black and white, wheter color and create black and white in post.

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