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Weta Digital Joe Letteri: 48 FPS Enhances 3-D, But ‘It’s A Choice’

December 22, 2012 at 10:37 pm by linuxelf  - 

Talking to Shawn Adler from movieline.com, Weta Digital visual effects supervisor Joe Letteri talks about the use of 3D HFR in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. He explains why it takes some getting used to, and why he feels it’s a big step forward for films, like the transition from black and white to color.

“If you grew up seeing films in black and white and suddenly start seeing films in color, some people are going to have the reaction ‘Wow, that’s great!’ and other people are going to have the reaction, ‘That’s not moviemaking! Films should be made in black and white! You’re losing the mystery of how to deal with tonality, you’re sacrificing that to deal with color!'”  [Read more]

Posted in Crew News, Hobbit Movie, Joe Letteri, Production, Production Q&A, The Hobbit, WETA Digital on December 22, 2012 by
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