You can not imagine how much work a movie will mean. Some projects needed decades for their implementation. Often it is the perfectionism, or even the creative madness of the creators of these films, that makes everything escalate. But just as often it is coincidences and adversities that drive productions to the brink of disaster. Apocalypse Now is a good example. A storm destroys almost the entire set and lead actor Martin Sheen suffered a heart attack. The production costs went through the roof when 16 instead of 8 months was turned. Such huge and sprawling projects create a lot of material, which does not make it into the final version. In the case of Apocalypse Now, another 50 minutes of additional scenes were in order to release a digitized and re-edited version in 2001 called Apocalypse Now Redux.
Now I do not want to compare my work with Coppola's, but here too creative madness, coincidence and chaos take over the helm and wonderful things sometimes arise. The Cinematic Outtakes are my 50 minutes extra scenes in the movie called "Kodak Vision 3" and maybe never finished. 8 Cinefilms in 17 variants were created during my research, when I wanted to find out how Kodak Vision 3 and the Fuji Cinefilms work. The Cinematic Outtakes are a visual case study of how cinema films work visually. They are the Hidden Track, the B-Side, the outtakes, or maybe even the extended version of your favorite track on the new album, which goes up and down.
So what film emulations will you get?
Fuji Eterna 250D
Fuji Reala 500D
First Man - A Kodachrome inspired look based on the movie "First Man"
This product will work with Adobe Lightroom CC (cloud based Version), CameraRAW (10.3 and above) and Classic CC (7.3 and above).
Pictures by Daniel Dittus, Lucas Coersten and myself.