Elle makes 3d abstract art as a hobby, so we filmed a vignette of Elle printing three of her images in large sizes and framing them with a unique handmade process that involves stripping & scraping mirrors. Test footage shot on a pre-release beta Digital Bolex D16.

Curious how the prints turned out? The finished pieces can be seen on our blog post about the shoot at digitalbolex.com/d16-in-the-wild. (You can view more of Elle's work at elitesyncopations.blogspot.com.)

Shot by: Joe Rubinstein
Subject: Elle Schneider

Camera: Digital Bolex (July 3 model "Thor")
Lights: (1) 4-bank Kino
Gear: (1) Small HD EVF, (1) Zacuto Follow Focus, (1) Switronix Powerbase-70

Format: 2k CinemaDNG (2048x1152) at 24FPS (220 Shutter in Firmware)
Processing: Raw Photo Processor default transcode settings
Color Correction: None

Download the footage here:
digitalbolex.com/testfootage/Digital_Bolex_D16_Test_Footage_August_14_2013_Part_1.zip
digitalbolex.com/testfootage/Digital_Bolex_D16_Test_Footage_August_14_2013_Part_2.zip
digitalbolex.com/testfootage/Digital_Bolex_D16_Test_Footage_August_14_2013_Part_3.zip

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