Nikon D90. Sure, it skews and jutters when you shoot in the subway. Typically there are no subways in space, so it's not a problem for us.
FX Factory Pro's "Artist Sketch".
While reading up on that plugin I found an interesting sentence: "Although you will see no difference in the Canvas window (due to the fact that Final Cut Pro always previews in 8 bit color) high-precision clamping ensures that your output falls within a predictable range." Hmm... that could explain why we can't see some problems with composites until we render them out...
So there's this blog. It doesn't allow linking directly to posts so I have to repost the text.
If you've ever been to our studio at Manhattan Theatre Source you'd know how silly that is.
"Well I've often referred to Manhattan Theatre Source as a nest of vipers - and I've felt that way since the first time I ever attended a show there, way back in 2004 in search of actors for my TAM LIN. And as I've gotten to know various people associated with MTS it's only confirmed my feelings about the place. It gives me the willies just being in the space - and alas, I will have to be there on Thursday to attend Nat Cassidy's ANY DAY NOW."