Director Brad Bird and cinematographer Claudio Miranda talk to Indiewire about the shoot for their latest Disney blockbuster, Tomorrowland.
Says Miranda, “Initially Brad wanted to shoot 65mm film. He also considered shooting Tomorrowland digitally and the real world would be film. We discussed using five different cameras but I think you handcuff yourself doing things like that. So I did the test of all tests: I strapped seven cameras on a piece of truss and put it on a shot maker. After running them side by side, we decided on the Sony F65.”
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