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#1 konstantinos stagikas

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Posted 08 October 2012 - 11:45 AM

I saw this about two weeks ago and found it visually stunning.It really struck me as it is the closest i ve seen to a scene i would like to film.I am talking about the haze/smoke effect in the woods.



I saw the bts and found out that they used these lawn mower type smoke machines to achieve it.I dont know much about them besides a post from the David Mullen that concerned smoke machines.




Now i dont really like these kinds of posts as i dont see the point of doing what others have already done but everything has already been done before so i think i can live with that. Anyway i would still like to know even if i dont go through with my original plan.

What are the options of hazing (safely obviously) large remote locations?

By the way i found that keeping this extreme aspect ratio (a combination of the 16:9 sensor and anamorphics i suppose)was a bold and interesting move.At least i ve never thought of doing that because i'd be depressed.

I hope this post belongs here but ofcourse feel free to move.

Konstantinos
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