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You might want to to flip up the mirror (manually) before exposing. Because the mirror causes a little bit of vibration when it is flipped up at the beginning of the exposure. In this case, with the 10 stops ND filter, it may not really make a diference, though.
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I was looking to learn about full on psytrance production ... a bit disappointed :-)
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The dog at 3:06 shows his teeth ? Isn't that a sign of trouble ? 
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Normally yes showing off teeth means to back off,
but some dogs (like mine) do it when they know their in trouble.
Mine also does it when hes happy.  Sorta like a smile.
stupid dog xD
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enjoy a minddazzling trip : http://vimeo.com/18308069
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Thanks a lot for your analysis, i especially like the part where you included the visual references to the other older (film noir) movies. I also like your architectural analysis and the link between the Mayan temple like structure of tyrell corp.'s building and the Descartes apartment. It's amazing to see how many takes there are on analysis of Blade Runner.

The shallow depth of field / focus in the candle lit scene with Roy is a consequence of shooting a dimly lit scene. One would have to 'shoot (with the aperture of the lens) wide open' which reduces depth of field. Thus, I'm not really sure about whether the shallow depth of field was meant to mean the short life span of Roy. It can also be seen in the shots of Tyrell himself and Sebastian, IMHO. But I'm nitpicking, great job! 
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Bart,
Thank you for your carefully considered response. I don't consider your point to be nitpicking at all. It's all part of the discussion. However, I would contend that Scott did not have to have Roy Batty step into focus at all; he could just as easily have cut to him in a static pose.

And as you point out, our two opinions are evidence that the film is very richly textured and can withstand multiple readings. Thanks for having taken the time to watch it and if you're interested, I have done other short essays on Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Inception, Alien and Silence of the Lambs.
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Thx for your review, as always, i enjoyed it this time as much as the other times. To the point and concise. I also like it that you don't loose yourself too much in the technicalities and focus on what the reviewed item means to a photographer
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+Bart Nelis Thank you, Bart. I think that in the final analysis,  equipment is a tool for a photographer and optical performance is only a part of its function. Some lenses have  character as well. I always know when I really like a lens when I find myself watching TV and playing with a camera/lens at the same time, idly focusing on the TV, framing up on the fireplace. 
If I try to analyse character, I can't and anyway it is a personal thing. It's interesting to note that, personal as it is, there is often agreement on it. This 17mm has character in spades as does its 45mm brother. The 12-35mm f2.8 Panasonic has none of the attributes that I'd have said give a lens character...but it does have it. Actually, I'm going to give this some thought and see if I can't do a blog piece on it. 
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Waw !!! really nice .. the lead synth coming in at about 4:15 reminds me so of tangerine dream / klaus schulze .. it also has this improvised feel to it.. like !
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The KAIST Institute of Information Technology Convergence has posted this video demonstrating their patented eBook interface prototype. The...
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That's what usability is about !

Looking forward to it on the iPad3 I'll buy
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MODXpert Session #1 - Installing MODX Revolution
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