or 8, oops.
^the truth about filmmaking in 7 words.
What is/are the time code/s of any useful bits? After 3 minutes and some skipping around, It seemed to me like it wasn't directly relevant.
I came here to learn; I am earnestly asking for help finding useful info.
"I don’t want to rape any person with 3 dimension." This comment on 3D reminds me of the type of over-the-top reaction the auteurs had to sound. They said it's a distraction, it takes away from the true essence of the cinema as art, and so on. It was an occasionally aggressive opposition. I can't think of anybody who has made a valid argument against the "talking pictures" since they figured out how to properly mic actors, etc.
But then he says, "I want to call the person to go inside another world to open the sensibilities." And I wonder, isn't that precisely the implication of the "3D" experience, a deeper environment to create and for the audience to explore? Isn't it just an opportunity for a deeper physical and emotional dialogue?
I don't know, I'm just some eyes on the street.
I made it to 3 minutes, I'd love to know when the interview starts getting relevant to the article, or is it meta-sarcasm? How does this go from suggesting a 3-4 minute limit on interview-heavy footage, to 73 minutes of a "talking head"?
I've bought many used lenses from B&H. I put them in the highest tier of trustworthiness, and their customer service department has done nothing bought reinforce this esteem.
I've heard good things about Adorama and KEH, but I've always ended up finding what I need at B&H for the same price or less.