bipack

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bipack

[′bī‚pak]
(graphic arts)
A photographic film composed of two sensitive emulsions; each is sensitive to a different color when exposed simultaneously.
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Moreover, the process shot in which the ghost is first revealed as such follows a shot in which it is not Rafi but Sammy who glances out of a window and sees the ghost lighting a cigarette on thc pavement below.
I remember it was the first time I worked with a process shot," Peterson says, referring to the scene where he and Grant are in a car caught on the tracks while a train approaches.
For the other series of images, these black-and-white photos by Emile Barret and Noortje Knulst, we wanted to show process shots.
Baddies - No OIS, tends to be a bit slippery, lens beneath glass cover makes it more prone to smudges, front camera sometimes takes a while to process shots
His enthusiasm for the film even prompts interesting defenses for previously acknowledged flaws, such as the absurd and needlessly convoluted murder plot, as well as some artificial process shots.
Although there are a few obvious process shots and telltale painted backdrops, the film's design elements and special and visual effects are mostly impressive; seemingly the only thing the tech maestros couldn't pull off is making the characters' breath visible in the mostly winter settings.