But I think its good point that he is trying to pull of most natural acting from the actors by not preparing them so much for the situation. I think Sydney Pollack did the same thing, telling: Camera! When actors were just preparing. So do you think that Ira knew his actors and knew that they personalities did match the roles? But actors themselves say that the roles in this movie were far away from their personality. So I think this method appears to be really weird in this situation...
To pull of natural acting from actors who have completely different personalities and not rehersing. But I know that director what he was doing even though I havent seen a movie yet
Oh now I understand, unfortunately I dont have Resolve to mark my workflow steps with those "nodes" but I still can write down my workflow and follow it step by step even when I am editing in Adobe programs but in that Resolve manual I saw some phrases that i dont understand but I think I just have to get some more knowledge or maybe its just software related phrases. Anyway thank you very much I will change my workflow from now on, do you recommend any other step to change?
Michael I dont know how to work in Resolve yet, can you explain me some of those steps?
Is this just color correction/grading process or the whole editing process?