Discussion in 'Black Panther' started by Thread Manager, Feb 19, 2017.
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Where does it state that Coogler was using the same camera he used in Creed?
So apparently Sam Jackson wanted to be in the BP movie: http://www.vulture.com/2017/02/samu...-black-panther.html?mid=twitter-share-vulture
Lol @ "the only black character". So Falcon & War Machine don't count?
To be fair, I'm pretty sure Samuel L. Jackson wants to be in every movie.
SLJ is in every movie jks
When I went to the movies a few weeks ago he was in like 3 trailers lol
Doctor Strange and Civil War used the same camera.
Same camera here as well.
I really think he was joking but it went over a lot of peoples heads.
Good investigative work there. I just hope Coogler and Morrison can make the film look gorgeous. From the list in the link GoTg looked the best visually. Let's hope BP elevates things to new levels.
Sure, the camera matters, but there will be color-correction anyway (plus, a lot is post-production). I don't think things need to look as vibrant as Guardians, though, but the concept art certainly didn't suggest things would be dull.
Michael B.Jordan was at the NBA All Star this weekend. I wonder if he just had some time off. He can't fully grow dreads, so I wonder if his current hair is what they go with or if they add hair?
I just want a very distinct look from the rest of the Marvel films. They really have a chance to make it look and feel special.
I'm guessing he wears extensions in the movie.
I also noticed the trainer for Creed and BP was sitting next to him at the game.
How Rachel Morrison created this beautiful look of a 1940s film with a digital camera.
Lets hope Marvel let her do her work here.
I think marvel is visually making changes, gotg and doctor strange are both visually great. And spiderman looks really vibrant.
Yeah, Calliet. He's also the physical trainer for both Jordan and Boseman for the BP movie. As for Jordans hair, yep, he'll have hair wig/extentions for the film.
Did Doctor Strange look like Winter Soldier to you? Did Winter Soldier look like Guardians? I think there was in fact a distinct difference...Perhaps it's a matter of degrees.
In terms of colour grading, they kind of did look the same but when it comes to visual imagery with the use of CGI then thats a different case. Here are images of winter soldier and Doctor Strange comparing the two
You can still feel a slightly flat colour palette with both films. At this point, I expect the same fate with BP but that doesn't mean it will be a good film regardless
Now compare it with shots in Kamar-Taj and you realize that the difference is also technique and not just color grading. That is basically the look in general with a lot of digitally shot films, not just Marvel. It's only in the last few years that the technology could render skin tones to look more 'natural'. It's evolving pretty quickly. Red is constantly pushing forward with their tech.
Nothing goes over my head. My reflexes are too fast. I would catch it.
The scene in Kamar Taj was shot in film which is why it looked the way it did with the yellow like colour. Besides there are films that were digitally shot that didn't really look so digital
For example Drive which was shot in 2011 look really good despite being shot on film and had a way lower budget than any Marvel film. You can tell the colour difference and the increase in saturation for the look of the film that makes it look cinematic
I would have preferred for them to use the Red camera but hey its the director's decision of how the film looks I guess. Maybe the color grading of the Marvel films are done on purpose look more realistic or something
See as someone who has shot stuff on digital and film, I still see the 'digital' look in Drive because of the more 'washed out' skin tones. The image is super clean and crisp and still lacks the emulsion richness of film. It may feel more 'cinematic', but it's still digital.
And I thought only the street scenes were shot on film in Strange, either way, you can tell the DP did some interesting things with fluorescents. Also it doesn't take away from my point that "all the films have the same look' generalization is not entirely accurate and there are in fact differences. As I said, perhaps it's a matter of degrees.
I think its to fit the whole episodic feel of the MCU. Which is fine. The movies have been very good.
The DP would have definitely preferred film judging by her comments in that article I posted.
I'm just hoping they are letting color grade stand out like from the pics I posted.
Some of Black Panther will be shot in IMAX.
Following J.J. Abrams iconic use of IMAX® cameras in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, IMAX and Lucasfilm have announced that director Rian Johnson has captured key sequences of Star Wars: The Last Jedi using IMAXs extremely high-resolution cameras, delivering IMAX audiences greater scope and increased image quality in IMAXs exclusive aspect ratio for a uniquely immersive experience.
The news of Johnson leveraging IMAX cameras for key sequences of Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes as part of an extended slate deal announcement between IMAX and The Walt Disney Studios, a division of The Walt Disney Company. Building on their existing long-standing relationship, the two companies announced today that they have extended their multi-faceted agreement with a new multi-picture deal beginning this year and extending through 2019 that includes the much-anticipated live-action and animated tentpole releases from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm.
Highlights of the agreement include IMAXs involvement in the release of Lucasfilms untitled Indiana Jones film, untitled Han Solo Star Wars anthology film, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: Episode IX; Marvels Black Panther, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Captain Marvel, Avengers: Infinity War and the untitled Avengers sequel, which as previously announced will both be shot entirely with IMAX cameras by the Russo Brothers; Disneys Beauty and the Beast, A Wrinkle in Time and Mulan; Pixars The Incredibles 2 and Toy Story 4 and Walt Disney Animation Studios Wreck-It Ralph sequel.
Interesting. I didn't even know they were doing another Indiana Jones movie
Rumored to be the last one with Harrison