Another lovely Super 8 transfer we did for Irene Boleda. Wonderfully shot. Ektachrome 100D stock.
“It’s about my dad who passed away last december. I don’t have a title yet… I think I’ll call it something like “Mi viejo el Dotor” – Irene
16mm transfer of an ektachrome cross processed print. For a film installation called “My Life Divided” Wild colors, looks great!
“This is a short drama I shot in film school in those pre-video, “Steenbeck” years that won the Norman Jewison CNE Grand Prize along with some other awards.” – Bill Davern – filmmaker.
Bill called us to re-transfer his film as he was unhappy with the out of focus transfer done by another company… Great work Bill, we loved your film! Glad we could be involved with the transfer / restoration!
Frame grab from John Price’s 16mm HD film transfer. Pillarboxed to 4:3. Shot with some old stock in John’s Bolex, the texture and tonal range still looks great… click the image to see the grain, no digital plasticy feel…ahh.. film…
Pass the Cart II
A project put together by the members of the filmshooting.com forum.
Consists of 5 E64t Cartridges that have toured the world. I was fortunate enough to be involved, and this is CART #2. I shot the last film with 2 fellas in Toronto.
Had big goals for the project, but ran out of time… In the end I bucked down, set a date and convinced myself I was going to shoot it that day, make or break, no matter what. We had it all planned out, storyboarded on DSLR, and last minute the actress had to pull out as we ran out of time to shoot.
In comes plan B, shot rehearsal tests on a sony EX-1, 6 times for timing review; then rolls in the beaulieu 4008 to shoot it for real. We cut out a lot of shots which would have rounded out the toronto landscape a little better, but I was worried about it being at the end of the cart and losing a shot because I might not have the full 10′.
Stock: Kodak 3374 High Contrast 16mm. Processed as a neg by Niagara Custom Lab. Camera: Filmo 16mm, with Angenieux 5.9mm Content: Street shots from theToronto Board Meeting 2006(shot by Justin while riding a dirtsurfer + interior hand-cranked footage. Technical: Cross-Processed as a negative to give more latitude for the transfer. A grainless 16mm stock rated between 40-60ASA. Absolutely gorgeous stock, when you nail your exposure. Originally a Panchromatic sound recording stock but can be used for images- 2100′ can be bought for under $200 direct from Kodak…!