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    After finally catching up on some sleep from this crazy schedule I wanted to post the finished piece that we just completed a few days ago at Digital Domain for Pnk's latest music video "Walk Me Home". It was a crazy last 5 days but we're really proud of the work and had a truly awesome time working with Director Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman). This was shot on Monstro and DP'd by Jeff Cronenweth. Jeff does something soo special with these cameras which is why he's my favorite DP working today alongside Deakins.

    Hope you enjoy!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1OsKJW51HY


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    Nice work. Is it just me, or were their horizontal lines everywhere?
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    Thanks chris. What horizontal lines are you referring to? It was shot spherical and we didn’t add any post anamorphic flares so I’m not sure. Do you have a time code?


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    Wow.
    Nice work John .
    Best videoclip now shoot on Red Monstro .
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    Quote Originally Posted by luigivaltulini View Post
    Wow.
    Nice work John .
    Best videoclip now shoot on Red Monstro .
    Lens?
    Thanks Luigi! I'd have to double check the lens sheet for which model Leica but I do know it was shot with Leica all at 6K. Also regular Monstro, non-panavision.


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Brennick View Post
    Thanks chris. What horizontal lines are you referring to? It was shot spherical and we didn’t add any post anamorphic flares so I’m not sure. Do you have a time code?
    It was only like that on my iPhone...weird. Looks great on my laptop. ;-)
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    This is fantastic! Wish there was a higher quality version just to see more detail, less compression, etc. But still enjoyable nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sherrick View Post
    This is fantastic! Wish there was a higher quality version just to see more detail, less compression, etc. But still enjoyable nonetheless.

    Likewise. It stinks to be relegated to only HD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Stengel View Post
    Likewise. It stinks to be relegated to only HD.

    Ya I agree! The compression really kills a lot of the hard work that went into it. As for the lenses Jeff used Leica Summilux C-Series and the 180mm was an Arri Ultra Prime.

    Here's a behind the scenes from the production!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bffUL46qGDA


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sherrick View Post
    This is fantastic! Wish there was a higher quality version just to see more detail, less compression, etc. But still enjoyable nonetheless.
    Agree YouTube is really taking the texture of everything.
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