Saturday, June 25, 2011

Testing out the 300 FPS with the RED Epic and Mr. Eric Kessler

Testing out the 300 FPS with the RED Epic and Mr. Eric Kessler:

Grading with Magic Bullet Looks.
It was a lot of fun and didn’t take long at all to do. I lit it with some lights that were around the Kessler Crane studio as when shooting 300 FPS you shutter speed needs to be at least 1/600th of a second. That means a LOT of light. I was wide open at F2 on the Zeiss CP.2 35mm, had a 1K soft box on him, a 800 watt hard light on him and a 150 watt kicker. Even with that light I needed to be at ISO 1000 to get exposure. I was still getting some flickering as the lights simply were simply not good enough to cope with the very fast shutter speed.
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