“Lensy McLens Face”
My take is that it doesn’t matter if it’s a dream or if it’s real, all he cares about is that he made it to his kids. That’s all that matters to him because he doesn’t even stay to see if the top is still spinning, if it’s not reality, he doesn’t want to know, he just wants to be with his kids.
Go to local concerts and talk to the bands after the show.
Find a local recording studio and team up with them to make music videos and behind the scenes videos of bands recording.
I got some of the f0.95 Voigtlander lenses for my GH2 and they are absolutely amazing and really help with the low light performance, but overall they made the image on the GH2 just so much better. Those lenses are seriously worth checking out, especially at around $1,000 a pop.
I've been saying this for awhile now too and I'm really not interested in making my footage look true to life, that's boring. It's like comparing the look of the new Ghostbusters to the original, there was magic in the look of the original because it created a world.
But to be more specific, my favorite cinematic images come from 3 strip technicolor. In my opinion, that is the pinnacle of cinematic images. Technicolor films are not taking place in the same world we live in, they basically take place in "OZ". Those movies pull you into a world that you recognize, but can't experience anywhere else.
I would kill to be able to shoot something that looks like the old technicolor films. But it's more than just the film because so much effort went into set design and costume designs that worked with that type of film.
We we think about the loss of film, for me it happened when we stopped shooting 3 strip technicolor.
That seems to work for Apple.