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wooooow, what an amazing result , congrats Mark!!!!
Very neat! The camera never stopped moving! Focus pullers must have their hands full.. Very nice stuff Mark!
What can I say...wow, a beautiful piece of work that truly shows you talent as a DOP and creative individual. It's work such as this that inspires and motivates people to join our industry!
It is a very dynamic camera and it, along with some skillful cutting really serves to push the narrative forward. It should be noted for the sake of discussion however, that up until the point where the protagonist puts on his jacket, the camera in all of it's motion remains for the most part a fixed distance from the main subject. It proves that Canon glass can be used for dynamic shots so long as those shots are designed within limits.
Mark, we're the PL's used primarily in the last third of the film, or we're they more pervasive?
So many of the big street shots are beautiful and low contrast. Was it very overcast, or did you have to fly big diffusion? You talk about moving quickly but these shots are so big they look like an insane amount of time... Kudos!
Last edited by Scott Crawley; 06-07-2012 at 06:42 AM.
Beautiful work and a great piece Mark. Thanks for sharing.
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