Weird. This is such a tempting option because it uses a Dragon sensor. But such a weird choice for sensor size! I'm curious to see footage out of this bad boy but I have a feeling that the Ursa Mini 4.6k (once it's released) and FS-7 are going to outshine in sales.
As soon as I saw Brad's name in the title I had to click. This guy is SUCH a magician with light and composition. This post was so inspirational for me and I'm sure it is for a bunch of other cinematographers. I cannot wait to see what he shoots next. Great find Robert!!
I didn't say anything about the film itself haha. In fact, I'm pretty excited about seeing it!
I'm sorry that my floppy hat bothers you so much, Harvey. I use it to pretentiously keep the sun out of my eyes and off the monitor while I'm shooting. But now that you've caught on to my game, I guess I have to stop wearing it so that I don't upset you anymore.
From now on I promise to keep my opinions about filmmaking to myself on this website aimed to encourage discussion and opinions on filmmaking.
Side note. I didn't say there was too much color. I was merely commenting on the color shift.
Side side note. We don't have to be strangers;) Why don't you come over to my place and I can piss you off with some other opinions I have. I hope you like talking politics.
Side side side note. I noticed your comment the other day throwing some shade at the crew working on The Revenant. Nice comment bro.
Yvan Lucas is the colorist. He's done Inglorious Basterds, Django, and Wolf of Wall Street. I really enjoy his work but this felt heavy handed.
Pretty surprised by all the blue pushed into the shadows on this. I hope the final film isn't so obviously graded.
Really dig this post!