Indie Film Live

Monday, May 29, 2006


Note this is raw ungraded footage converted to windows media 9. Some takes are "outakes" so there may be focus errors or operation errors. I will try post more this week. We have better stuff to see than just these.

Here the clips:

Enjoy. Any questions please adress Francois. He is active on the blog and in touch with me regularily. Watch this space...closely.



  • WOW, this has exactly 0% feel of video or anything "digital"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:04 AM  

  • Not to be an ass or anything, but I really think the colors are bad and flat, the skintones are wrong, the whole thing looks like its been printed on sort of gray background

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:23 AM  

  • Not to be a "smart" ass :), but the flatter images are the whole of this style of camera. This is RAW image data directly from the camera head, it has greater dynamic range, more shadow detail below which would be black on most pro cams, and more highlight details -- more film like. To view a high dynamic range on a computer display results in a flatter image (just like a film scan.) Flat == good for color correction, Nice and contrasty mean great consumer camera with poor post-production opportunities. All these images are pre-color correction, and a perfect for creating nearly any look the filmmaker's want.

    By Blogger David, at 9:38 AM  

  • wow..THIS IS THRILLING!...but even more so on set!! Thank you for the privilege :O)
    Keep up the good work, the good spirit and dedicated hearts.... look forward to seeing it all come together on the big screen YAHOO!!
    Linda C...of Protea Rd fame :O)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:23 AM  

  • A lot of GRAIN !!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:14 PM  

  • Looking for a DP to shoot a feature movie in NYC with this new camera SI-1920HDVR please contact us for more info

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:53 AM  

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