I've been in the VFX industry for 23 years now. I could make that CG pen in about two hours, from modelling to compositing. I would be way cheaper than shooting the same shot 22 times, waste the actrors, director, crew and editor's time.
I've been working in the VFX industry for 23 years. If you only knew the amount of stuff that we fix in post... It's just insane. But shooting on set is expansive and if the shot is good, you don't want to waist time shooting it again just because there's a microphone in the shot or a tripod or whatever. Fix it in post. Sometimes they abuse it but a lot of time, its actually a time and money saver.
Also good to know. Thanks too!
Ah! Good to know. Thanks.
Are you sure this will fit a 5D MKIII? I have the 18-35 and it's designed for an ASP-C sensor. It doesn't cover full frame. But I can tell you that the 18-35 if gorgeous. The down part is that the focus turns the opposite way of Canon lenses and it's very confusing and annoying.
I stopped reading from the moment the guy talks about little cubes that we see all day. Yeah, if you have a laptop from the 90s... If you have a retina display, you don't see them anymore.
Now, watch these and tell me why film is so superior:
You actually have to add grain to Alexa to get it to look like film.
And seriously, who's going to see a movie because it was shot on film instead of digital? This is a similar argument with DOPs who want their 15k prime lenses otherwise it will not be good enough.