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    Don't omit the trailer! These are some of the most stunning images I've seen all year.

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    Don't tear me apart but i really don't like the look here at all. Very very digital looking. Colors meh. Just my personal taste, technically awesome. Props to production.
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    Like Marc, Great looking imagery. But like Jake, there seems to be something slightly off. Some strange framerate, shutter speed, motion rendering weirdness.Some scenes look okay others don't.


    I know from the article that Yossy posted that the film was shot with both a Red Helium and Sony Venice camera. I wonder which camera shot which scenes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Like Marc, Great looking imagery. But like Jake, there seems to be something slightly off. Some strange framerate, shutter speed, motion rendering weirdness.Some scenes look okay others don't.


    I know from the article that Yossy posted that the film was shot with both a Red Helium and Sony Venice camera. I wonder which camera shot which scenes?
    I never really liked the look of Bay's films... Even his old film ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Like Marc, Great looking imagery. But like Jake, there seems to be something slightly off. Some strange framerate, shutter speed, motion rendering weirdness.Some scenes look okay others don't.
    Yeah, something is not right. It's not HFR, so that can't be it. It does look too... commercial? Made for TV. Explosions don't look the best on digital unless you're careful with exposure. If they're spending $150M, you'd think this would look properly movie-like.
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    It looks CGI or plastic colors.
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    The cinematography/lighting looks amateurish. If there were any.
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    It looks very ”helium” to me, a bit oversaturated colorfringing highlights especially magenta, purple, red tones. But such footage might look stellar on a professional high nits hdr screen but simply feel very digital on a compressed youtube stream.

    But yes, my overall feel when watching it is that I would like to regrade the whole thing.
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