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Thread: Giant Woman Compositing
21st July 2012, 00:56 #1Member
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Giant Woman Compositing
My fiancee is looking to create a short composite for her class final, and landed on having a giant girl walk around the city (a la 50 ft woman).
Buddy Lee \"Don\'t Flinch\"
Clark\'s \"Stand Tall\"
I\'m going to help her out with the shooting aspect, but we\'re having a hard time figuring out exactly how to shoot this stuff and there aren\'t many behind-the-scenes tutorials on this type of stuff (it\'s also a lot of combing through a bizarre fetish world like you wouldn\'t believe).
We\'re shooting on the 5D Mark III with a green screen, have things storyboarded out, and have a rough idea of trying to match angles etc., but can\'t seem to exactly hammer down what needs to be done. We can\'t even use any monitoring system to ensure things match up because there doesn\'t seem to be any available system compatible with the 5D.
Any advice would be great!
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