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    If anyone has examples of such a procedure in practice, I would love to see it, thanks!
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    Now thats a story id love to have on the show!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land View Post
    one option is to use HDRx in a different way.... one track for normal motion.. the short exposure track for sharp stills.
    What would be the best option with scarlet then ? 5K at a slower frame rate ? I guess not many other options.
    I will be working on a fashion shoot in a couple of months that could pay for an epic later, but now i must do with what i have.

    Two extra questions while i'm at it.
    - What kind of lense are most commly used for fashion these days, if i should go on the canon mount ? (50/1.2, 85/1.2 or 135/2)
    - The landscape framing seams to get more and more adepts... Do some of you guys shot fashion video/photo vertical a lot or extract vertical pictures from horizontal framing ?
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    Ok this is worthy of a module in RED102... Thanks Jarred.
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    Bruce this is a wonderful shot of you! Thanks so much for allowing me to work with you on so many shoots.
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