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Old 12-03-2018, 04:57 AM   #16
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This is a great thing to watch. It brings up another important point, too: post.

Creating long takes like this requires TONS of pre-viz, planning, blocking, choreography, and rehearsal. There’s so much going on in this sample, though, that there’s little of use in terms of production sound. Notice there’s someone calling cues for actors, props, etc.. There’s too much commotion as the crew scrambles about to replace and rearrange furniture and other set dressings. That means this entire scene happened visually in one take, but the audio side will be 100% sound design.
Totally agree. I should have mentioned that.
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yes, ive been looking around lately. And what stresses me the most is the low light. I have a canon 80d which might help the problem

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yes, ive been looking around lately. And what stresses me the most is the low light. I have a canon 80d which might fix the problem.
Maybe.

A good rule of thumb is that the camera wants light. That’s the “photo” in photographic. Don’t know why everybody is now caught up in shooting in zero light these days. Trendy. The new shallow DOF, I guess?

If there’s not enough light to get what you want, then add more light. It’s really that simple. And why you need to have some lighting support on hand.
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Im not a big fan of DOF. I like it realistic and more like a documentary point of view.

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