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gerald stahlmann
09-22-2014, 08:50 AM
Hi guys, please check out this music video I shot on the dragon recently with olpfv2. Lots of fire and smoke. ;)

http://www.felipesoares.com/noah.html

Akin A
09-22-2014, 09:47 AM
This looks great man! I really like the lighting and the set.
What frame rates were used for the slowmo shots?

Roger Viloria
09-22-2014, 09:47 AM
I love this video, awesome cinematography that complements the storytelling.

Bob Gundu
09-22-2014, 09:52 AM
Good stuff. My only critique was the shutter on some of the slow motion stuff. A little to slow at times which causes streaky blur. Other than that, good job!

gerald stahlmann
09-22-2014, 10:01 AM
This looks great man! I really like the lighting and the set.
What frame rates were used for the slowmo shots?

Thanks Akin, most of it was at 75fps.

gerald stahlmann
09-22-2014, 10:03 AM
Good stuff. My only critique was the shutter on some of the slow motion stuff. A little to slow at times which causes streaky blur. Other than that, good job!

Noted..thanks for your critique and compliments. :)

Akin A
09-22-2014, 10:53 AM
Good stuff. My only critique was the shutter on some of the slow motion stuff. A little to slow at times which causes streaky blur. Other than that, good job!
Now that you mentioned it, I noticed that too.
Is there a best practice for shutter on slowo? Is it recommended to do faster than the typical 180 degrees?

Edit:
Found a good write-up:
http://mitchmartinez.com/a-few-notes-about-high-frame-rate-slow-motion/

Russ Fill
09-23-2014, 10:08 AM
Excellent job. Maybe the slower shutter was necessary for the lower light on set.
Really looks great thanks for sharing.

gerald stahlmann
09-24-2014, 06:26 AM
Excellent job. Maybe the slower shutter was necessary for the lower light on set.
Really looks great thanks for sharing.


Thanks Russ!

Christopher-lee dos Santo
09-24-2014, 10:05 AM
Now that you mentioned it, I noticed that too.
Is there a best practice for shutter on slowo? Is it recommended to do faster than the typical 180 degrees?

Edit:
Found a good write-up:
http://mitchmartinez.com/a-few-notes-about-high-frame-rate-slow-motion/

A good rule of thumb to keep a film look whilst shooting slow motion is to have your shutter speed be double that of your frame rate. So, 24fps would be 1/48th (180). 100fps would then be 1/200th(180). For sharper results, you would need faster shutter speed. But then you start to lose light. So remember that. Just don't shoot 120fps with 1/48th shutter...

michael ho
09-24-2014, 11:27 AM
Looks awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Chris Lowe
09-25-2014, 01:13 AM
Fantastic lighting

gerald stahlmann
09-25-2014, 05:58 AM
Fantastic lighting

Hi Chris, thanks for the compliment. We tried to light the scenes as realistic as possible without looking ugly. So nothing fancy just lighting the space instead of the people especially for the riot scenes.