The Power Of Super 8 Film -Insider Secrets Every Filmmaker Should Know by Phil Vigeant, President, Pro8mm, Burbank, CA Many emerging filmmakers spend a fortune on equipment, expensive university film programs, private filmmaking boot camps, or over priced post-production, that often renders mediocre quality, and they still feel as if something is missing. They look at their progress as marginal ...
New Black and White Processing at Pro8mm lends to a New School of Thought about Old School Black and White Film
Posted on October 21 2009
New Processing for Black & White Film Black and White Hi Con ASA 10 Pro8mm is incredibly excited about our new black & white processing machine that is up and ready to roll. The new machine is dedicated to black and white reversal Super 8, Regular 8, 16mm and Super 16 film. This upgrade is part of our major lab ...
Posted on October 19 2009
As I was working on updating my own VIMEO and You Tube Channels this weekend, I lost myself in the many great Super 8 films that people have posted. I found that I can spend endless hours just watching everyone’s stuff, and of course, since this is my profession, I am always curious about the cameras, film, processing and scanning ...
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Posted on September 03 2009
This post deals with some issues you need to consider when deciding to shoot Super 8 film at 18 or 24 frames per second.
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Posted on September 01 2009
Learning some of the simple mechanics about Super 8 film going through the camera will help you to avoid some frustrating situations that can produce dissapointing results.
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