Question regarding shutter speed.
If your camera was set to use angles instead of fractions, would 180 degrees be the default for all fps or would you have to adjust that as well?
Glad I'm not the only one who saw the irony here...
I felt almost intellectually guilty in a sense after I saw 2049. Visually a masterpiece, the VFX and futuristic concepts were also amazing.
But tbh, I found the story so bloody boring.
I'd consider myself a pretty big sci-fi fan, but I found myself willing the director to just get on with it at times. Its a film that could have easily cut a lot of the fat. A lot of the ideas and questions being posed have already been done to death in various films, books and video games. Bioshock, for example, asks more interesting questions than this film (in my opinion). "A man choses, a slave obeys."
And the film's score just wasn't there. Hans Zimmer seems to be a bit hit and miss these days. I'm getting a bit tired of the blaring Inception horns.
But then I check out Meta critic and see people acting as though this film is the second coming of Christ.
And they really made a mistake advertising Harrison Ford as much as they did. Tbh, his role was more of an extended cameo at the end of the day.
In summary, it's the best looking boring as hell film that I've seen in a long time. A fantastic visual feast, that thinks it's smarter than it is.
That's just my opinion of course. In all fairness I guess I may just lack the taste required to appreciate a film like this.
I know right. There aren't ANY companies that support American Christians or Jews. I mean...look at Hollywood. FULL of muslims...no Christians or Jews anywhere!
How the hell can we expect to create diversity in the industry if we don't support American Christians and Jews? It makes me so mad man...so mad. The film making world is just run by Muslims, real shame.
Yeah, you're right man. Muslims should just stick to being portrayed as terrorists and taxi drivers ;). How dare they be given an opportunity like this!!
My interest in film making tech developed from my want to make engaging stories. Every year I just keep thinking I'll wait for the right camera, the right lens etc. etc.
This guy just engaged me in a video of a dude walking in the hills shot on a damn iPhone. Much needed wake up call :)