This is my first post in here, but I have been reading posts in here for a while (virtue of a good cinematographer, right?).
I have a big project coming up this summer, hence me and the director are looking at particular visual elements for the movie.
We have agreed on the style, but practically I have a few questions:
I know Kaminski pulled the shutter out of sync on this one. But how do I achieve a similar effect (we don't know if we are shooting on RED, Sony, Alexa or DSLR before next month)? It would probably be for night ext. with street light or a dark scene int.
How do you get something like this? Is the light solely coming from inside? Saul Leiter.
And here's also a Leiter. Any advice for achieving a 'blurred window-effect' with atmosphere and contrast?
And last but not least: any suggestions on how to approach low-FPS-shooting in ext. night? Aiming for un-clearness and blurriness while still able to perceive what's going on.
I'm also greatly inspired by the look in Bleu by Kieslowski.
Edited by Andre Hansen, 11 February 2014 - 12:03 PM.