A few months ago I made a simple video about the new puppy of my neighbours in Hilversum. They liked it, so on a sunny sunday evening we went out for a walk again and I fooled around with my camera. The idea was a rather unambitious film again, but soon I started experimenting with some new color correction methods and it evolved into a major project.
The tricky thing I did on this one is cross-processing from PAL to (mostly) Kodak 2383 and Fujifilm 3513DI, giving it a more authentic "film-look" then I ever achieved before. Below you'll find the first film we made too, which was more like a testvideo for my new lens adapter.
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recording date: august 23, 2009 total footage: 42 minutes time spent on editing: +/- 15 hours equipment: Infrared modded PANASONIC NV-GS320 3CCD with the Twoneil+ 35mm adapter, a Nikon AF NIKKOR 50mm f1.8 SLR lens and a Nikon AF NIKKOR 28-105mm f3.5-f5.6 lens software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, Adobe Photoshop CS4, Magic Bullet Looks 1.0, JES Deinterlacer, Quicktime Pro
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Muziektelevisie is a Groningen-based film duo consisting of J.T. Sterkenburg and K. de Vries. Their filming style is characterized by slightly surrealistic manipulations and a nostalgic undertone.
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