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    Shot late last year.

    Sadly couldn't source an Epic Monochrome at the time so used the regular old Epic-M.

    Shot at 60fps, mostly on a RRP 50mm.
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    I've never seen anything in Primark look that good. Nice job Steve,
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    beautiful work.

    would love to know what glass/filtration/t-stop you chose and the post workflow too!
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    More 'Pri-mani' than Primark :)
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    Very nice work!
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    Nicely done :)
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    very nice Steve!
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    My morning is now complete. Nice work. :)
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    Thanks very much guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by BRANDON JAMESON View Post
    would love to know what glass/filtration/t-stop you chose and the post workflow too!
    It was shot on RRPs, mostly the 50mm. No filtration at all. T stop ranged from 2.8 to 4

    Post-production, I'm not 100%, I wasn't directly involved. I think it was natively edited in CS6 and then graded in DaVinci. Sadly I wasn't asked to the grade, but who is these days? Can't give anymore detail I'm afraid.
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    I like your shot selection. I would rather have seen the talent in color, but it looks really good in B&W.
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