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Old 04-22-2013, 06:05 PM
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Re: new technique

grossmisconduct, unfortunately I'm unqualified to answer any of those questions. (great questions, I'm curious myself) Perhaps someone more knowledgeable about the industry will jump in with some good info.
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:30 PM
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Re: new technique

These two editorials were shot with RED cameras as well:

The stills are a pretty good size to work with and make decent prints. For an advertising campaign though, I don't think they'd be up to snuff on their own.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by grossmisconduct View Post
Interresting what you say crazyfly1 about that it has been shot with a video camera. I have been thinking lately about how many fashion ads come with videos and that some of the magazine shots seems taken from the video. Do they shoot with a photo camera with the same scene and lighting, or are the video cameras so good nowadays that they can take out stills from the video to use in campains. And if so can some of the post have been done in After Effects?
I too am under-qualified to comment, but will anyway I imagine that due to the hotlights needed (as opposed to, or in addition to strobes), it would make the option of pulling stills impractical and expensive. This video, however, does seem to convince a few wildlife / wedding photographers though.

At the risk of this thread going too sideways, I too would still like to know more about the processing of the original photo posted at the top of this stack.
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Old 04-24-2013, 05:44 PM
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Re: new technique

Thanks Crazyfly, jbedford, and eraanexact for some enlightening answers. Sorry for off-tracking the topic, crazyfly1s post got my mind spinning away there. Lets hear more about the color grading of the original photo
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