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Old March 27th, 2010, 10:16 AM   #1
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Achieving the cinematic look (35mm lenses) on a limited budget

Using 35mm lenses has recently become a much more viable option, and something we tried on our award winning feature film shot on next-to-nothing. In the latest episode of our Making Of video series, experienced camera operator Roger Marshall discusses the pros and cons and also the camera type and tapeless workflow used. Director of Photography Anna Carrington describes the impact shooting through 35mm lenses had on the lighting. And there is also information on how the sound was recorded and make-up.

Check it out on YouTube in HD:
YouTube - How to Make a Next-to-Nothing Budget Feature Film -Episode 04 [HD]
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