More ino please to help focus answers you get

From: JEFFREY PAULL (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 07 2009 - 05:27:07 PST

Here are some questions for you to pick from and answer.
Then, any further suggestions people make can be of more probable help,
especially regarding lenses and filters.

At what sort of landscape will you point your camera?

Are you, at this stage, collecting footage now, you'll figure out how to use i later?

Have a general or specific film theme / mood / or need in mind?

Will it be a story or non-narrative movie?

What sort of weather will you shoot in? Snow? Sunny days? Summer?

Are you after particular sorts of action? (blowing trees, scudding clouds, etc.)

Will you need any close-ups of things - insects, leaves,

Budget? How many rolls or minutes do you have money for?

Will you shoot this all in a short time (say, on holiday) or over a long time whenever "good" moments come along?

Jeffrey Paull

On Wed 07/01/09 12:17 , Susana de Sousa Dias email suppressed sent:
> Dear Frameworkers,
> I need some advice about shooting in 16mm b&w. I want to shoot mainly
> landscapes and cloudy skies (no need for sync sound). Which camera,
> which lenses and what sort of film stock would you recommend?
> Thanks
> Susana de Sousa Dias
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