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The One Ring Forums: Tolkien Topics: Tibboh eht: Noissucsid Eivom: There's also a sentiment in film criticism against digital cameras altogether: Edit Log

Chen G.

Sep 19 2018, 5:08pm

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There's also a sentiment in film criticism against digital cameras altogether

which The Hobbit was filmed with, itself a move that drew criticism besides the use of HFR. Outside of the industry that supports the process of shooting on film, its really just a nostalgic matter.

A lot of visually spectacular films were shot digitally: Skyfall, Apocalypto and, yes, An Unexpected Journey.

(This post was edited by Chen G. on Sep 19 2018, 5:09pm)

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