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Old October 11th, 2007, 11:49 PM   #1
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Hello! In the coming months I may have the opportunity to shoot a 50 second spot for theatrical release. (!)

I have never been involved in a project like this and I've also never had to finish on 35mm film. Since I will have considerable budget limitations and because I am comfortable with the HDV workflow, I am considering shooting this project on HDV. Is shooting HDV for 35mm output relatively common? Are there any special considerations I've got to think about if I choose to work this way? Would it be significantly better to shoot on HD rather than HDV?

Thanks so much for your input. Again, I have virtually no experience in this area so any tips or suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

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Old November 12th, 2007, 05:01 AM   #2
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hi
just shoot, but "THINK film"
avoid burn highlight and too contrast scene also dark scene

digital film group from canada has done some nice output. read their info.

many documentary i saw recently has varies source and blow up to 35mm.
it's in general, video has less dynamic range and not very sharp. but recent HDV/HD can produce very nice result if u tweak the dynamic range by making a "digital negative" a rather dull low contrast and no edge enhanced picture.

easy way to deal with post is output to TIFF or BMP
swisseffect has very good PDF about it.

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