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Re: a weird cinematography question for the TIG
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- Subject: Re: a weird cinematography question for the TIG
- From: Bill Katz <bill at SMAVID.COM>
- Date: Tue, 17 Feb 98 23:23:32 EST5EDT
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As Ken has mentioned, keep all of the film strips tied on one strand with
heads and tail leader....DO NOT shoot any VERTICAL shots...You will lose
a good portion of the image and it will have to be rotated 90 degrees
to obtain the proper orientation....Last, but not least, don't shoot to
tight since you will be losing information on 2 sprockets left and right of
center..then you'll wind up panning each of those shots....
SMA VIDEO, NY.
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