Anamorphic on a Budget – Iscorama 42

June 17, 2015

Now it’s the Iscorama 42’s turn. I’m trying a new format, please let the out-of-focus me slide, I was shooting on my own and couldn’t check focus properly until it was too late. One more thing I need to improve on the next video.


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