With the latitude of digital starting to exceed that of film, I have no doubt that you can make a LUT to perfectly match your favourite stock, yet there is something within the process of working with film that is irreproducible. The care you take with loading the film, sealing light leaks, handling it for processing, etc. all impact your emotional relationship to the piece of art you are creating. The film vs. digital debate tends to end at the pixels without taking the sum of the experiences of working with either medium into account.
Thanks. This method is cost effective, but it sure ain't time effective.
Thank you. 3D is a great medium but when you can literally make anything, it can be hard to practice restraint. I find the best 3D animation work tends to be that which has one foot planted firmly in reality, the other in the surreal, this being my attempt.