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Steve Yedlin's film emulation in digital imagery (1 reply and 8 comments)

MatthewLeviRowley
5 years ago
MatthewLeviRowley 5 years ago

I wanted to post this conversation.

Here is the original reddit post: https://www.reddit.com/r/Filmmakers/comments/40812r/steve_yedlins_obsessive_film_emulation/»

Here is Yedlin's video page: http://www.yedlin.net/DisplayPrepDemo/#»

And here is his conversation with Mario Carvalhal: http://www.yedlin.net/160105_edit.html»

Very logical reasoning.

mihnea
5 years ago
mihnea 5 years ago

Very very impressive. It's prtrty obvious which is which but it's still the most impressive film emulation i've seen. Probably, for the next weeks I will spend a lot of time trying to figure out how he did that, and a lot of money for film stock...

mihnea
5 years ago

...after watching several times, a though crept into my mind...could be placebo, and both are shot digital...

Bill DiPietra
5 years ago

Interesting thought.

StevenBills
5 years ago

I'd be interested to know your thoughts as to which is which.

mihnea
5 years ago

If there is any real stock there, should be: 9483896, 9463913, 3598134, 7375912, 1243491, 2414970, 4200437 ...but i still think there are just two different emulations...no real film.

Giovanni Louisor
5 years ago

No. There is some real film stock being used here. Look closely at the highlights.

Giovanni Louisor
5 years ago

As well as some wobble in the 35mm film image.

Giovanni Louisor
5 years ago

Film: 9483896, 9463913, 2455292, 5341876, 7375912, 6929771, 0096311, 9722163. (Numbers from the single shots -- not side by side)

StevenBills
5 years ago

Yedlin himself talks about adding subtle gate weave to the digital to as a sort of "cherry on top" to finish the emulation.

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