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It’s the detail that matters

Discussion in 'Photography Chat Forum' started by Snips, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Snips

    Snips Always on

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    I’m watching the film Platoon and was admiring the photography (videography?) until that point where we switched to a scene with a lovely starlit sky where some of the stars were ...

    ... this side of the leaves on the trees lol o_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O
     
  2. Snips

    Snips Always on

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    And, LOL ... (please don’t merge the posts as this is only a few minutes later ...)

    A shooting star speeds across the screen ...

    THIS side of the same leaves LOL Itd 3d Ani W60 Smiles 037Itd 3d Ani W60 Smiles 037Itd 3d Ani W60 Smiles 037Itd 3d Ani W60 Smiles 037
     
  3. Phill104

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    Hehe, I noticed that too.
     
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    SeanNeedham Ol' Sparky Honorary Life Member

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    When it was released folk probably didn't even notice or care; but now when it's possible to make it look (somewhat) more realistic with ten minutes in AfterEffects or similar at home it does make you think a bit to how far things have moved on and what sort of level of "quality" folk expect from a basic effect.
     
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    I often watch Adam Savage videos on YouTube and see just how much effort goes into some stuff these days. In one he was doing tear downs of old effects and how they were done. Back in the days of Ealing comedies it was too expensive to film overseas. As a result a number of films were filmed in Radlett high street but the film was turned over so the shop signs ended up backwards. As no one have video recorders so rarely saw a film more than once it never got noticed at the time, especially as most shops didn’t have recognisable branding back then. These days Radlett high street is full of well known coffee shops and supermarkets so it would be very obvious.
     
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    SeanNeedham Ol' Sparky Honorary Life Member

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    I've seen some of them and it's quite interesting to see things that have changed in the last (and not by a long time) few years. There was a production done around here in about '85 and no-body had a clue to where it was, and only real things done to disguise the area were a few bits of MDF painted up to look somewhere else and a few signs changed. Now, running it back on a high def screen with video processing (in something like VLC) it's so obvious; a lot of the holes in it were naturally disguised by the lack of resolution and how it was shot... Pretty much the same as seeing images in newsprint develop over the same period of time.
     

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