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#1 William Mckay

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 01:06 PM

Everyone,

I searched the forums and didn't find an exact answer. Apologies if I missed it.

 

I have to film lots of car scenes to do on film. Mixing 16 and 35mm. There are three scenarios we are trying to prepare for: 

 

Exterior wide establishing shots of the car on a highway being filmed from a paralleled 2nd car.

Interior dialogue done with process trailer

POV of the characters out the window at passing terrain

 

In regards to shutter speed and vehicle speed, what do I need to do be aware of for each of the three setups? We have two cameras, one is 180 fixed and the other is variable. I've reduced vehicle speed for interiors too much in the past, and it looked horrendous.

 

 

many thanks

WJM


Edited by William Mckay, 28 July 2014 - 01:08 PM.

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