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Reece B

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About Reece B

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    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Interests
    Photography, video, anamorphics
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    5D mark II

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  1. Fantastic! I loved the feel and also the use of all the folly. Really created an immersive experience. Amazing work!
  2. I got the lens in the mail just last week and got out today to run some initial tests. Neither the Vidatlantic or Jupiter 9 85mm has arrived, so I took it out with my 5D Mark II and 70-200 f2.8 IS Mark 1 and did a few test shots. Up close it is rather crappy as I expected, so I decided to shoot some skyline shots! Here are a few shots de-squeezed in Photoshop. This isn't much of a scientific test, but more of a first impressions. I was shooting wide open nearly the entire time @ F2.8 . My first observations is that the pink/red coating inside the lens gives off a haze if theres reflections (wh
  3. Hi Leslie! It definitely seems to give off a different look and aesthetic from my initial tests today. It seems like the focus is a major pain because of everything being soft if not at the correct distance. Planning on posting my initial photos and findings later tonight. Thanks for your input!
  4. Hello everyone! I'm relatively new to anamorphic projection lens and adapting them for video; and by relatively new -- I suppose entirely new. I bought a Hilux 264 anamorphic projector lens off Ebay and through all the research I've done could hardly find anything. Aside from it being a fixed focus lens @ 100ft and that they aren't very good for video purposes. Welp, already had bought it at that point! I figured before I bought it that since it was a fixed focus lens, I'd simply do a helicoid (bought a m65 to m65 17-31mm [I believe] helicoid off Ebay) at the back of the proj
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