Thanks Andrew! Everything was boomed with a Sennheiser 416 shotgun into a Zoom H4N recorder > Then mixed with a little compression and EQ in Premiere.
I like how none of your work seems to exist online for people to critique how great you really are or not!
I'd rather be a Hipster than a Hater!
It was processed and scanned all at one place- CineLab.. You can find more about them here: cinelab.com.
Omg, I'm so happy and honored to hear those words coming from you. You just made my day. It means so much to me to have your support considering you're my second mother. You're such a strong and intelligent woman. Having spirits like you around has helped me face those incredible challenges. Love you and thanks for all of your support. I won't let you down.
I totally understand your frustration as thats one of the things to consider when shooting on film. You have to trust yourself and wait for those images to come back without knowing if you did everything proper. To answer your question, I didn't have funds or time for test or dailies. I pretty much to a huge risk a prayed my way through it all. I also had to wait 8 days to get my images back since the closest lab to me was on the east coast. The process and scanning only took 3 days but with ETA of shipping off and return is was about 8 days total. That time of waiting was brutal BUT when I got the images back it was well worth the wait. If you're interested I would say to face your fears. Last to get an image/DI from the camera there is a way but I found out shortly after we shot the short. You can purchase a Composite to HMDI Scaler and connect that to the camera's Video Tap straight to an HDMI monitor/recorder and you should get an image to record dailies. They wont look great but you can use it to edit or just for framing purposes. Anyway I hope all this helps.
Bro, that means so much coming from you! You are a master! I feel like it is safe to call you family- considering the F35 has binded so many incredible cinematographers on DVX User.