I'm sure this post has been made before, but I couldn't find a solid answer.
I'm shooting a project, probably on Red ...maybe Alexa. We want to achieve the low frame rate streaking effect of early doyle work on won kar wai films.
I know they acheieve the effect but shooting a low frame rate with high shutter angle and then printing duplicate frames.
My question is simple because a lot of people seem to make this seems like its a complex operation on digital.
Is the process not to simply shoot at 6fps and then in post double the frames to fill a 24p timeline?
Edited by Albion Hockney, 26 February 2015 - 06:50 PM.