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- To: telecine at alegria.com
- Subject: Base Mem
- From: JDBJA at aol.com
- Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 21:55:28 EST
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I am a junior colourist with my first series, working on the davince classic.
I am unsure about base mem, and when to adjust. The show is block shooting,
switching film stocks, indoor and outdoor exposures and using several filters
within a day's shoot. Sometimes I get a grey card at top of scene, often not.
What is the best way to determine a base mem? For the entire day, scene, or
whole session? I"m in the habit of keeping the corrections on a continuous
list for easy reference, should I keep changing my base mem?
Also, I want to thank Rob for having access to TIG as a great source of
Thanks to Tim Bond and Lorne Miess for support in 1998.
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