Thread: DRAUG - a viking horror film shot on the bmcc 2.5k

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    I had four of these. Two above the seat at the far end of the table and two more, slightly dimmed, closer to the camera.
    EDIT: On the other interior (the one with three actors talking) I used the same rig. I think I only had one (maybe two) of them lit and a redhead gelled with probably 1/2 CTB through a window behind them.
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    The trailer is released. All BMCC except for a couple of drone shots.

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    Man, your cinematography rocks! Bravo!!!

    I've seen that you have used Takumar lenses, I love the bohek quality, very vintage! Can you tell us exactly what lenses have you used (models and focals)? Moreover, is this a 0.72 Metabones Speedbooster (not the bmpcc 0.58 version)?
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    Thank you very much!

    Lenses:
    1:3.5/28mm
    1:2/35mm
    1:1.8/55mm
    1:3.5/135mm

    There is also some Canon 1:4/24-105mm L-series in the film but I don't think I used it on any of the trailer shots.

    I had the BMCC EF Metabones but I think it is 0.64x
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    Very cool Klas! Saw this mentioned on Modern Horrors today & remembered seeing it here! Looking forward to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klas View Post
    Thank you very much!

    Lenses:
    1:3.5/28mm
    1:2/35mm
    1:1.8/55mm
    1:3.5/135mm

    There is also some Canon 1:4/24-105mm L-series in the film but I don't think I used it on any of the trailer shots.

    I had the BMCC EF Metabones but I think it is 0.64x
    thank you very much for the info!
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