Hi, what is the difference when working with Alexa in 180 ir in 360 degrees? I know that I gain 1 stop of light, so for me that's worth ... but what relly happens with the action? When paning fast y sense kind of video image... What are your sense?
180 or 360 degree shutter?what about..
Posted 20 April 2015 - 03:22 PM
If you've done any manual still photography with an SLR, then you are probably aware that you'll start to see motion blur on everyday human movement like walking or waving at around 1/60 of a second, give or take depending on focal length. So 1/48 is already below that threshold and has a significant amount of motion blur. 1/24 is a very slow shutter speed for sampling movement and thus the motion blur will be even more obvious. It's definitely a perceptible look that general audiences will notice.
If you want to see specific examples, I would look at night exteriors in Michael Mann's digitally shot films like 'Collateral', 'Miami Vice', and 'Public Enemies.'
Posted 20 April 2015 - 04:36 PM
240 degrees is a little safer if you need a little more exposure.
Posted 21 April 2015 - 02:28 PM
Ok! So I'll go 240 ... Cause I noticed in fast pans, that video-ish look ...