Re: [Frameworks] shooting hi-con 16mm question

From: DOMINIC ANGERAME (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Nov 28 2010 - 16:04:11 PST

If the asa is about 12 or less, it is almost impossible to shoot more than two
hours after the sun is at its peak and three hours before. Almost impossible to
shoot on rainy overcast days. You can try, however, it will probably look awful.


From: k. a.r. <email suppressed>
To: email suppressed
Sent: Sun, November 14, 2010 11:37:10 AM
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] shooting hi-con 16mm question

 San Francisco has been consistently sunny and bright enough for high con....
come shoot here.

Kristie Reinders, B.F.A.
Director of Cinematography, Electric Visions
Curator and Head Projectionist, Electric Mural Project
The Mission, San Francisco, CA

'A first class technician should work best under pressure.'
- - - Issac Asimov

Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2010 10:59:33 -0800
From: email suppressed
To: email suppressed
Subject: [Frameworks] shooting hi-con 16mm question

Hey all, just had a question about shooting hi-con/print stock 16mm. Has anyone
ever tried shooting it in overcast weather? The weather is pretty wintery here
in California right now, and it's been hard to find a weekend that's both sunny
and convenient for my one actor. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!


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