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    Quote Originally Posted by hannes View Post
    A small challenge if anyone is interested
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ev...mebCkPexKmIkmI
    BMMCC, Meopta Openar 12,5/1,8 handheld
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    It seems you have lucky BMMCC camera, very low FPN level.

    P.S. BMMCC ColorChecker input profile and Tasma v2 film stock emulation in RPP. Chroma Noise reduction in post:

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    Here are more. BMMCC ColorChecker input profile and Tasma v2 film stock emulation in RPP. Chroma Noise reduction in post:




    and Resolve version. It recovers more details from highlights than RPP. Velvia100 film emulatiuon:


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    This was a tough one, I went a bit more PG with the shadows.

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    Hey guys,

    Occasionally, in an overcast day, I get overexposed skintones, especially if the talent is looking up. It's a weird effect, given the fact that the diffused light from the clouds should prevent this sort of thing from happening. Anyway, since I record raw, I have my workarounds, which involves lowering the exposure and then lifting shadows and even then it's hard to use a LUT (try using Frank's LUT here).

    I don't really know how to discover a specific DNG when editing in Resolve, so I uploaded the sequence to the link below (it's really short), but pay close attention to when the host tilts his head back and share your grading results if you feel like it

    Thanks

    Link - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gt4ludo4o...3e2YuIjCa?dl=0
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    Here's my go of it, no Lut. I re did this like 4 times, wasn't happy with it.

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    edit - not sure why its coming up small, can't fix it.
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    Thanks Ryanite. This is indeed a challenge. It's actually not the first time that happens to me. I'm usually very careful about the zebras and I know if a certain portion of the image is clipping. I'm sure those skintones never clipped or at least the zebras never appeared, but I think that is just how it is. The skintones, especially on the forehead, lost almost any color information and saturation because it's being compressed in a spectrum that the camera is not "expecting" to find skin tones. Anyway, I could expect this from a sunny day, but on an overcast day? It's weird.

    Anyway, here's how far I was able to take this:




    I think there's also a problem of the blurring of the image, due to the motion, which prevents it to properly retrieve information... I guess...
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    Came up well David,

    Yeah all the info is there on the wave form, not too sure.

    I'm sure the motion will hide anything peculiar anyway.
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