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    Quote Originally Posted by Takor Arrey View Post
    Reshoot or not, seems like you have your hands full. Where you present during the shoot?
    No, if I was, i would have made sure that it was 100% clear not to touch the camera. If anyone was on set who knew even a little about post, it would have been so simple.
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    A client that values quality will most likely entertain and appreciate the idea of a Reshoot. For you, TIME is your currency.
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    All good suggestions. For me, and without seeing so i'm not sure, i would consider recreating the camera positions in 3D in the same scene projecting onto cards occupying the correct space. If you still have access to the office you could survey to help the rebuild. A concern with the two different angles is that the angles just won't match - i mean if you have eyelines to contend with and so on.

    Maybe brute force of cutting out and comping is the only way - but you may find the 30 degrees off will never quite look right...

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    It likely possible to fix. The post technique to use is referred to as "turd polishing" its more or less standard procedure these days... :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    It likely possible to fix. The post technique to use is referred to as "turd polishing" its more or less standard procedure these days... :)
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