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Old July 11th, 2005, 05:22 PM   #16
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yes, it definately does look like video... others mentioned the very well done crane shots, those were good.

I think that the could have pulled it off if they used shallower dof, especially indoors. But i dont know a whole lot about aceiving "film" look.

also, not related: they may be breaking some laws by having that green approved for all audiences thingy. they didnt say "by the MPAA," and I think the mpaa has trademarks on that text notice as well.. could be wrong
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Old July 11th, 2005, 07:34 PM   #17
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yes, it definately does look like video... others mentioned the very well done crane shots, those were good.

I think that the could have pulled it off if they used shallower dof, especially indoors. But i dont know a whole lot about aceiving "film" look.
The sharp image, the lack of dynamic range in blacks in darker scenes
and some colors tell me right away that's video.

Shallower DoF would help only if the above is achieved.
As you can see, even though this trailer is 24fps doesn't look like film.

Nevertheless, it's a great production.
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