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Re: Article: Depth of Field: Gregg Toland, Citizen Kane and Beyond

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Robert BrownRe: Article: Depth of Field: Gregg Toland, Citizen Kane and Beyond
by on Jun 14, 2012 at 7:11:30 pm

Yeah I think people need to just look at it as a choice. I have a 5D and have been playing around with Nikon and Mamiya primes. The auto iris feature no longer works with those lenses so when you put it at f/8 you see f/8. I kind of like this because even though it's darker I'm more aware of how changing the iris affects the image. I've debated this before but I feel frame rate and contrast have a lot more impact on what gives film it's look.

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