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#1 andrewbuchanan

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 10:19 AM

I am shooting a music video this weekend, and we're a little low on stock. What we ordered for the video is the Fuji F125T in Super 16mm. BUT I've got some 500T 35mm that has been sitting in my fridge for quite a while and I thought I might use it too.

I am wondering if I should make any effort to make these look similiar, or just let them look different. Since the 500T low contrast and less saturation, I am think of shooting a half-stop over and pushing one. Grain should not be a problem ince the other stock is Super 16.

If I am insane in thinking these might look similiar after telecine, does anyone know any good tips for making the 500T a little more playful (saturatured and crispy)? Thanks for any advice.
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