A reprint from a time when VSL articles were more fun and educational at the same time...


How did we ever shoot this without image stabilization?

Maybe one more old favorite to round out the day: 


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Mitch said...

I just want to stare at the image. It's captivating, likely because I like that sort of short-light. And the tones are so ... familiar.

(A successful image even though it doesn't have the "correct" amount of unlimited dynamic range, it could have used more lines/mm for zooming in for no reason, and some of the skin tones exhibit a less than immaculate 'roll off' when zoomed in to an obscene percentage. And I enjoyed the ability to reminisce the days when my image-plates, too, had notches hacked carefully into them, telling me which camera body a specific chrome or neg came from.)

Anonymous said...

Your post from 2012 is one the posts I've saved because I like the pictures so much. Good to see it posted again so newer readers can see it.


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rdrowe said...

Kirk, thank-you for reposting these. It is great to revisit the one from 2012. May I wissh you and your a Happy New Year - and may the lessons of your theatre vissit go deep! Blessings, R