Not bad, but easier using the video option to capture pictures. I never got a good picture when photographing.
I have the 200' silent of this. Would love to see the whole film
It goes without saying, this is one of Robert's favourite films, the behind the scenes knowledge he has on this stuff could fill
a book, I know on Robert's Family history, it would make a super TV series, some very important folk involved there and no mistake.
Back to his film, his screenshots are lovely, I can never seem to manage the same quality from one session to the next, bloody digital,
ordinary 35mm film I can handle, but this damned new techno is absolute crap, they couldn't have made it more unwieldy if they'd tried.
I find I have to set the camera to B&W, when it's on colour the pictures come out more sepia. I really need to try using the video on the digital camera, I tried using a camcorder and got nothing. The problem with using a still camera is that it's difficult to get a scene where there is no movement.
Did Derann ever issue this as a feature?, United Artists brought out a 200ft silent edition. Vidar, I have seen copies turn up on Ebay.com, but likely to be expensive because it's such a high profile title.
I think it only came out in a 2x400ft part of the United Artists deal. Keep seeing it on ebay.
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"Infamy, infamy, they've all got it in for me!"
I still love the smell of film in the morning