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Marc discusses how the crew decided to use the RED provided Red Rushes with the RED Camera instead of Final Cut.
I love this video of David and Brian. They had this quirky sense of humor the entire week of filming. They are talking a bit about sound mixing in a downtown location, and the noise of the RED Camera (and by “they” we mean David):
The Director of Photography, Patrick Ryan, answers the questions from the Crooked Lane blog about using the RED Camera for the film:
“The Red has the same depth of field as Super 35mm which is a huge plus. We didn’t have playback to help keep us moving. The workflow is great when you are not waiting for the camera to initialize (boot up) and it is prone to shut itself down from time to time. It is nice to be able to put 160 mInutes on a drive and view it at the end of the day.
The camera is an ergonomic disaster. Accessories come off the block at all angles. I am not fond of doing handheld with it.
No plans to add grain later. If you want a film look, shoot film. I hope to see it through a quality color session and learn what is at the limits of the raw footage.”
Chase answers questions from the readers left in the comments of this post. This time, he is talking about why he chose the RED camera for Crooked Lane and what excites him about working with it.