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I'm a big fan of filming with vintage anamorphic attachments to give the image an analogue or filmic look with todays digital censors. Proper anamorphic cine anamorphic lens are extremely expensive to own and even rent. I'm apart of a moment of independent filmmakers and cinematographers from around the world who love the look and characteristics of anamorphic lens and use various scopes as attachments. This page is a resource and insight to my lens and knowledge.  

My vintage anamorphic attachments

My Anamorphic Films

Filmed in a 2:35.1 and 2:66.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x, Bolex anamorphot 16/32 1.5x, Kowa C35 1.5x and Kowa Inflight 1.75x anamorphic

 CINEMASCOPE SUMMER 

Filmed in a 2:76.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x

 ST. VINCENT ISLAND 

Filmed in a 2:00.1 ratio with the 1960's 16mm Bolex 16/32 Anamorphot 1.5x

 NATURE OF NORTHERN IRAN 

Filmed in a 3:00.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x

TEHRAN SPRING

Filmed in a 3:00.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x

  CINEMASCOPE SPRING: NORTH CAROLINA  

Filmed in a 2:76.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x

 CINEMASCOPE CLOUDS

Filmed in a 2:35.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x

 DARKSIDE OF THE AQUARIUM 

Filmed in a 2:35.1 ratio with the 1950's 8mm Baby Hypergonar 1.75x

  SPIRITS RISING

Filmed in a 2:4.1 ratio with the 1980's generic anamorphic attachment  1.33x

© Ian Edward Weir - 2020

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