Thread: TO MY CHILD (Leica R, Helium + Monstro w/ Linny LUT)

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    Beautiful work. I'd love to hear more about how you put this together-- some of the creative and practical decisions that you made and if they held over the course of making the film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Chuang View Post
    Looks stunning. Is the grain from the N type print look or was that something you added in?

    Thanks Tim
    Thank you! Its added grain.

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    Amazing, thanks for sharing!!
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    Bravo, just beautiful...
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    Great short. Good acting, good cinematography. Well done. Very, very ambitious but you pulled it through. The only thing hindering this piece for me is the soundtrack. With a more orchestral score, this would definitely get to another level. Still, congratulations!
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    I'm not crying.... You're crying...... *sigh*. That was incredible Tim! I kept having to remind myself what this was shot on while I'm watching the piece because the story kept pulling me in... That last scene was very well done by everyone involved. Kudos man. This is stellar work.


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