Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Film Opticals of Canada Logbook Sample
Above is a half page sample from a logbook I kept when I was an optical printer cameraman/operator at Film Opticals of Canada.
"Wetgate S-16": a blow-up from Super 16 to 35mm; in this case, the original camera negative is re-photographed to Kodak Vision 5244 intermediate stock (as an Interpositive, or "I.P.").
"Pack": filters of 5 cyan, 20 magenta, and 70 neutral density ("N.D."). This is the filtration decided upon by earlier "CX" (Cinex) colour testing.
"Cam B/U": Camera blow-up.
"L": Lens at micrometre position 1450
"C": Camera (body) at position 0835
"-20 ND comp": remove 20 worth of Neutral Density filter as compensation for the blow-up position (since the value of the light intensity is lower than it would be at a "normal" one-to-one position).
Of course, any such post-production work is now done on a computer.
Posted by Simon St. Laurent at 6:58 AM
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Project Grizzly! A classic!
I still have not seen Project Grizzly. I've heard it is good.
My brother too worked on it.
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