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  1. So I made my first ever (fiction) short. I used a Canon T31/600D and a Tamron 17-50 2.8 Lens. Would love to know what ya'll think. Thanks
  2. 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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