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High Definition Cinematography, 3rd Edition by Paul Wheeler

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CHAPTER 26

How HD Affects Other Crafts

In general, if most of the other crafts on set treat High Definition (HD) as a 35 mm shoot all will be well. There are a few instances, however, where certain specific matters are different, so let us look at them craft by craft.

26.1 Art and Design

In the main, sets and set dressing will need to be every bit as good as for 35 mm; the resolution of HD is as good so, if a join is going to show on 35 mm, it will show on HD. Colors are much the same but you may have to watch deep or dark reds as they tend to come through in the equivalent density but colored orange. This depends very much on the camera you are using. The later the camera, the less likely there will be a problem, but it is still wise to shoot ...

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