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    Quote Originally Posted by stormystudio View Post
    Here's a fresh still from yesterdays filming if anyone fancies ago at grading something new.

    *Due to time and storage restraints (plus the added stress of working with 54 kids) this was shot in ProRes HQ, so I've simply exported a PNG from the ungraded and ever so slightly cropped footage.

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    Any chance of getting an exported TIFF of the frame uploaded to Google Drive or Dropbox? Thanks for posting.
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    Hi, here's that image as a Tiff (I'd nearly posted to see what was the preferred still format to take from Prores). This is uncropped and 100% ungraded.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/aizl2445pq...0hero.tif?dl=0
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    Plus here's my 10 second grade... via Lumetri in Premiere... whilst we put together the initial edit.

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    And another one for anyone to have a play with...

    For reference, the on stage shot is taken with the BMMCC, metabones, Tokina 11-16mm with SLRMagic Vari ND.

    The shot of the kids on the floor was the BMMCC, metabones, Sigma 18-35mm with SLRMagic Vari ND.

    Lighting we had an Aputure 300D, proviing the spotlight at the back of the room, for the on stage shot we used some real stage lighting that was already in place (though tungsten)... then we had a couple of Aputure LS1's (one with a softbox) to light various shots.
    to grade test.00_00_08_22.Still004.jpg
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    TIFF:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/upz7h0r4yk...%2002.tif?dl=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by stormystudio View Post
    And another one for anyone to have a play with...

    For reference, the on stage shot is taken with the BMMCC, metabones, Tokina 11-16mm with SLRMagic Vari ND.

    The shot of the kids on the floor was the BMMCC, metabones, Sigma 18-35mm with SLRMagic Vari ND.

    Lighting we had an Aputure 300D, proviing the spotlight at the back of the room, for the on stage shot we used some real stage lighting that was already in place (though tungsten)... then we had a couple of Aputure LS1's (one with a softbox) to light various shots.
    to grade test.00_00_08_22.Still004.jpg
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    TIFF:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/upz7h0r4yk...%2002.tif?dl=0
    Thanks for uploading the TIFFs! Will take a pass at these frames when I get to my main computer.
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    Last edited by LochnessDigital; 11-29-2017 at 07:13 PM. Reason: A bit too warm, toned it down.
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    My take on these:



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    Nice grabs, I think the real challenge is in making the shots match. In the stage shot the kids are in the dark but you want a little more pop in the safety hero shot. I used a couple basic power windows to shape the light a little and create some true black in the frame without crushing details in the Safety Hero or the guy on stage.

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