Fantastic. Wonderfully shot and expertly executed. I am watching the movie Amadeus where the narrator is eaten alive by jealousy of Mozart. Your work doesn't make me jealous at all, it is a map to where I want the quality of my images to be. Thank you for that and being so generous with your knowledge.
I have a question on using autofocus. When I used it I would focus on a corner, but when I went to roll the lens refocused. Is there a way around this?
I did not use the AF to much... Only when I had to hit a sharp quickly and when I wasn't sure if I was pin sharp or not... The AF for finding pins is a lot better than a focus puller can do. that's for sure.
To stop the AF re-focusing again after you have set focus, push the button down quickly.. not slowly. If you do it slowly, it will think you wanting to refocus again... And leave in on single focus not continuous when doing that.
Un-freaking believable Mark! Mad skills. A BTS would be great!
I'm always amazed by the grading possibilities of Red footage. This is just plain messing around with jpegs in Photoshop, I can't imagine what a pro could do with raw files in grading suite! So many places you can go with it, exciting. Btw, great shots as they are Mark!
Who are you man?!
behind the scene?
Last edited by Shapour Daneshmand; 06-07-2012 at 11:38 PM.
Man Mark, Epic is an understatement, this is huge, gargantuan. very well executed. Great job
Knowing that every lens is unique, etc, I'm thinking of picking up either the Alum or Ti Canon mount, and testing some of my Canon L glass. My Red 18-85 is awesome, but, handheld.... uhm... no! :D
I'm also wondering if you see any major sharpness differences between Canon zooms (say the 24 to 70 2.8 L) and non-zooms.
If you were to put a canon kit together from scratch, what would you include as your top five or six pieces of glass?
Thanks in advance...
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