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#1 Jonas Spitzenhuber

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Posted 10 March 2013 - 11:31 AM

Hello there,

 

i´ve just been to "Take This Waltz" and am still wondering how they made this minor, very subtle camera shaking, which is present all trough the film.

It doesnt look handheld at all, its not a 2D shaking added in postproduction, which is what i thought first, it rather looks like stable steadicam shots with a fixed framing - but i can´t imagine that they operate a whole movie with so many dialogues that way.

 

Any way it helps a lot to make a digitally shot and screened film to look more organic. To get the same effect: Did you try to add a a slight image shaking to digitally shot material in post, like the natural image unsteadiness film has? 

 

Thanks,

Jonas


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#2 Jonas Spitzenhuber

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Posted 15 March 2013 - 12:40 PM

Just to break the silence .. another guess is that it's all operated from a jib.. Think that makes much more sense .. It really looks good and adds some life to the pictures


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