Lars von Trier’s “Antichrist” was shot on the RED One camera and Phantom HD.
View the HD trailer at Apple: www.apple.com/trailers/independent/antichrist/
Allthough astonishing material for a digital camera, I was wondering if the Red One has some difficulties with black&white. During the epilogue of Antichrist I saw some minor pink on the left and minor green on the right of the picture. At that moment I did not know that it was shot with the Red One and I was wondering what I was seeing. Anyone recognizes this artifact?
The opening and ending were shot with the Phantom – the rest with RED
Thank you, Alex, for your reaction,
And for the information, which brings me to the question: Does this Phantom-camera have difficulties with black and white? Because that was my main quistion.
I watched this film projected digitally and saw no pink artifacting/fringing. This is also something that, if seen in a final master, would most certainly be a projection/printing issue. The entire movie is so heavily timed that the “b/w” section would definitely have all color information removed. Even if the camera did have color issues, they wouldn’t (or shouldn’t) be seen in a final printout. If you saw this film projected from a film print, it is quite possible that it was an issue with the film stock. It is notoriously difficult to accurately (or even close to accurate) print bw on color stock.
i like it
i wanna say somthing the antichrist he only have one eye and in the same time i neer saw any movie talking about his story in real
the magic of first love is our ignorance that it never ends
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