My pic is sideways. Yes, I know
You're right of course. I even got excited about the adobe puppet software :)
Imagine making an epic on your laptop one day. Not just editing, but doing every single thing on your laptop. In an afternoon.
...But in the meantime, I'll be fast-forwarding through these scenes in Rogue One and hoping these guys' wives don't leave them out of shame.
Those poor, poor, talented people; I can't imagine working so hard only to see... that. Maybe it's a stepping stone for the future, although it's not clear to me what the end benefit of digital humans really is in the end.
Is it just me or was anamorphic unnecessary for this picture?
I mean, it's for the web right? Are we averse to using 4/5 of our screens?
Not feeling the grading and the way most everything is in focus makes it feel a bit low-budget / pocket cinema-ish.
Looking forward to the next one, or maybe I just get to not feel bad about finding a way to lease this thing.
Call me crazy, but doesn't your speedbooster really just make your 24-105 a 24-105? (i.e., mitigate the crop of the super 35 sensor)?
Either way, glad you're liking your camera :)