Did u know, super 16 has perforation on one side only, so u get a wider negative J
Anamorphic lenses are delicate, they have shallow depth of field, out of focus lights will appear as oval (one-way to know a movie was shot anamorphic)
16mm has 2 perforations per frame
35mm has 4 perforations per frame
65 mm has 5 perforations per frame
At the rate of 24 frames per second, the film is actually exposed for 1/48th of a second,
Super 8mm film, runs at 20 feet/minute, 72 frames /feet- thus 200 feet runs for 10 minutes
16 mm at 36 feet / minute, 40 frames / foot – 400 feet is needed for 11 minutes
35 mm at 90 feet/minute, 16 frames /feet – 1000 feet per 11 minutes
65mm 112 feet/minute, 13 frames/feet – 1000 feet for nine minutes.
1. Spherical: is flat non-anamorphic lens
Normal: academy aperture proving aspect ratio off: 1.33 : 1/ 1.66: 1 and 1.85: 1 Dupe negatives are made through contact printing.
Super 35, spherical system, that uses more negative then the standard 1.85: 1, allows a use of wider variety off lenses greater depth of field then anamorphic it requires a additional optical step when making dupe negatives. Aspect ratio is; 1.85: 1 and 2.4: 1 can be printed anamorphic or spherical.
1. Anamorphic: it uses 59 % more film area then spherical lenses. And prides more efficient use of full negative. The aspect ration is 2.4:1; n is less grainy as it uses a larger negative area. Aspect ratios are also Panavision and cinemascope; Dupe negatives are made though contact printing.
SCHOOT-ING THE SCENE:
ROUGH IN THE LIGHTING
Block actor movements
Block camera movements
Evaluate action, how much movement equipment needs, set changes that need to be addressed, what kind of coverage is needed, plan for placement of mike, n book mikes
Light for the stand in for the actors
Rehearse camera and dolly move in terms of lighting requirements, camera sound, light and grip department must know what to expect
First team actors do the final rehearsal
Assistant camera and dolly grip set mark
Electricians and grips tweak
Cut by director
Final appraisal “ was it a good take “?