The motion blur used was the inbuilt Discreet one, I've also experimented with Re:Vision reelsmartblur as well but whilst that is brilliant for adding motion blur to objects in frame it's not so good at blending TL frames together.
add 5245 grain
colour correct, this was over exposed by around a stop deliberately, some correction was made in the RAW to TIFF stage more correction and gamma alteration was done now.
Render out to QT at 1/3rd res, this took around 2.5 hours for the 8 second sequence on a 3.2Ghz P4 with 1Gb of memory, Hyper thread enabled.
Setup was G5, internal ND on, Tungsten Balance, Tiffen 85BPola, Harrison NBRA 3, F8 at 8 seconds per frame.
This shot was a deliberate attempt to screw up the picture, I succeeded quite well :-)
I know that I could have got an image that I could have worked with if I'd shot on film, here the shadows have gone and obviously the highlights are well blown, this is after a lot of work to try and save it.
All settings asabove but with exposure reduced to 2.5 seconds per frame.
Using auto exposure for the first time, fully programmed mode. No filters other than a UV.
As I was doing this as a video SD only test I originated at 1600*1200 and then cropped the images in photoshop to 1600 * 900, they were captured as JPEG at the Superfine setting.
Assmbled in Combustion with Re:Vission ReelSmart Blur adding the motion blur this time.