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#1 Jon Rosenbloom

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Posted 09 November 2011 - 11:42 AM

I'd love for everyone to check out the update to my reel: It's pretty straightforward stuff (though shooting it didn't feel straightforward!), but I like to say that I do boring very well.

For the update, I dropped in a section of Red footage, bumped down to ProRes 422, that I shot last month. It's the first time I've used the Red. We had a Mysterium (I think - the camera was a last minute favor) with a very pretty old Cooke 5:1 zoom. Working without a DIT or an off-board monitor, it seemed pretty good while we were shooting. But, it sure doesn't have the punch of the 35mm and super-16mm clips that come before or after. Of course, there are a million variables to consider. But, is ProRes422 such a bad representation of what the Red can do, or, is that pretty much it? Very nice video, but still video.

Thanks for looking.
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