Re: 16mm single frame stills?

From: robbie (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Dec 15 2009 - 20:24:06 PST

Caryn, i use a slide duplicator device to reproduce my film stills. it's simple machine with a diffused background to illuminate the still and a bellows with a lens on one side and 35mm camera on other. the lens i use is a Nikkor 50mm (also used for enlargers) good for close-ups.
the film is either tungsten balanced slide film, ie. Kodak 64T or i use negative, which provides greater exposure latitude. the color neg. still film is either daylight or tungsten., i can correct easier in post stage.
printing is either the Illfordchrome process, lab C-print or i'll settle for high rez scan for digital print out.

--- On Tue, 12/15/09, Caryn Cline <email suppressed> wrote:

From: Caryn Cline <email suppressed>
Subject: 16mm single frame stills?
To: email suppressed
Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2009, 7:34 AM

Caryn Cline
New York City and Seattle
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