Jason Mackey Posted June 13, 2016 Share Posted June 13, 2016 I've always stuck with the 180 degree shutter rule and compensated with a variable ND. I just acquired a BMPCC and learned about the need for an IR cut filter to boot, so it seems I'll now need 2 filters for any shots involving daylight - unless I can crank up the shutter angle and do away with ND altogether? I know motion blur added in post was used for the three Hobbit movies: ...which was a pulldown from 48fps. Does anyone else here have any experience using plugins (or paid version of DaVinci Resolve) to add in motion blur? I image there is some sort of tradeoff between the IQ and color of the image sans ND filter and funky looking motion cadence. The scenes in the trailer above (at least the ones with just actors moving around and not the CGI stuff) seems "normal" to me, but I've only been shooting video for a few years, so I may not yet have a critical eye for it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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