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  1. Wow, I've gotta say; thats one badass rig you got there! How would you say the anamorphic looks on the Black Magic? I don't know much about that camera, but wouldn't be such a bad idea to maybe try it out^^ :)   Jens Peder
  2. Well thank you Rob! I appreciate everyting you said, and I will definately look into more affortable ways of shooting stabelized shots on a budget! In fact, our previous movie (Full feature Sci-Fi: EVERYWHEN) we had a running sequence where we mounted the camera inside a car and then followed our actor for quite a while.. Turned out great and not a single shake can be seen!   Good to hear that the anamorphic looked great , especially from you guys! Makes me wanna keep making films in anamorphic, no matter how challenging it may be!   I desqueezed by setting the sequence width to 3278 px, and hight to 1080p. That way i believe i'm taking the most advantage of the anamorphic format (right?).. After Effects is telling me the aspect ratio is 3:04 :) Haha you're probably right, I guess i'm one of thos who desqueeze untill it looks about right, then I'm happy :) But good thing you noticed, I'll take it more seriously the next time! :D   Jens Peder
  3. Thank you people! Really appreciate the positive response here!   I agree, the acting is great! So lucky to work with those guys!:)   When it comes down to the flashlights, the car is in fact a civilian police car that we got our hands on (contacts^^), so the lights are about as close to the real deal as it gets! But you're right, it would look way cooler having a patrole car with huge flashing lights and a big sign that says POLICE. But oh well ;)   I think the de-squeezing looks about right, but i may be wrong... Maybe the lens was slightly tilted during shoot, and thats why it looks off? Anyone else have an opinion on this? :)   Jens
  4. Thanks mate! Yeah, im aware of the "out-of-place running sequence", i wish we had more time to shoot that scene :/ but oh well, at least i'm glad you liket it! And yeah, it was a fight to set it up, pull focus and all that, but it worked out fine! :D   JARANDandJENS
  5. Hey there! After hard work, we’ve finally wrapped the production of our new short “RED WALKER”. And, of course, we’re crazy excited to hear some feedback from you guys :) The film is about 4 min long, featuring a Canadian actress, one from Norway, and another Norwegian with an acting background from New York. We shot it on Canon 7D with an Anamorphic adapter to get that cinematic analog vibe. If there’s any questions concerning the technical/visual aspect of the film, fire away! Here’s the short: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK2BuwH-4_M   I managed to get my hands on an ISCO-OPTIC Cinemascope Ultra Star Lens (one of the smaller versions), an anamorphic projection lens that i have to say; Its really sharp! And taking in consideration this is the first time we've operated an anamorphic projection lens on a filmset, i'm quite happy with the result!   The ana-lens was mounted on a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8, a lens i can't say i'm proud to own. What do you think?   Shot on the Canon 7D, settings all set to flat, then graded in After Effects and cut in Premiere Pro.   We've made a couple of films before, including a sci-fi feature, so have a look if this was interesting: www.youtube.com/JARANDandJENS We also have a facebook, if you’d like to get in touch or stay up to date with content: www.facebook.com/JARANDandJENS Enjoy, and give us a little heads-up in the comments-section about what you think! We’re constantly looking for improvement, so a little input from you guys only makes good better :) Looking forward to hear from you, Jens Peder Hertzberg Jarand Breian Herdal   -JARANDandJENS  
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