16mm film transfer (clip)

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jones
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Hey y'all,

I found dvdoctor thru a link to my blog - looks like a fun place.

I shoot film and am looking to become a better film shooter. One of those ways is by doing online color correction live with the people who process the film - they can give me tips.

Click here to see my first online color correction session. While the session took about an hour, I've picked out some of the most useful parts to show you.

I don't know all the options that are available to me in instructing the colorist, and I hope that some of you more experienced cinematographers can offer me some advice in knowing the terminology to use with the colorist to get him to do some new and creative things.

Thanks!
jones

steve
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Spam?

jones
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steve wrote:
Spam?

no thanks! i've already eaten.

jones

steve
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jones wrote:
no thanks! i've already eaten.

jones

Moderator,

Is this post acceptable?

Steve

Fergie
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He only said that he's not hungry :p

               
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steve wrote:
Moderator,

Is this post acceptable?

Steve

Tell me what you don't like , and i'll respond.
I don't see anything wrong with it , beyond the fact that it may be a indirect advert , but at least it's not as blatant as many

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