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  1. #1 Quick BMPCC Dynamic Range Shot (Interior/Exterior) Wide Angle 
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    Quick Camera/Audio Mixer test. RAW . Standing 3 ft exactly from front of the lens (just to give a sense of field of view.
    10mm Rokinon, exposed to preserve highlights, midrange boosted in post, graded to be as neutral as possible.

    I recorded this little bit for a girl, so if you need to mute the audio, i completly understand.

    Using my BMPCC in selfie mode (moniter facing front)

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    You used the highlight recover tab eh?
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    Seeing major pink in the highlights.
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    My monitor might not be very well calibrated, can someone correct the pink out of the highlight and show me what that looks like? i probably just messed it up when doing a white balance? Here's an untouched DNG, if someone doesn't mind showing me if the pink was my bad in post. ill try and calibrate a bit better.

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    EDIT: This is what i am seeing in the snow, color wise, i could see it was a bit on the cool/purply side so at least that shows in my monitor. Are others seeing pink though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicharris View Post
    You used the highlight recover tab eh?
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    Couple things I've noticed.

    Pretty sure you used the Highlight Recover tab in the RAW settings. Don't use it. It usually introduces pink in highlights, especially when you've blown a channel and don't know it.

    You shot this in RAW but with a setting of 200 ISO. Don't do that. You're getting false readings. Shoot it at 800 ISO which is what the sensor is really seeing.

    You've blown some of the highlights outside so no reason to try and get them back. They turn pink then. Let em go.

    Obviously I didn't do a good job on the grade, just looking at the blown stuff.

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    Didn't mean to sound harsh, I'm just direct and the internet loses so much in translation.

    I don't use Premier so I won't be able to help you with specifics there but there's many here that can. It's an easy fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicharris View Post
    Didn't mean to sound harsh, I'm just direct and the internet loses so much in translation.

    I don't use Premier so I won't be able to help you with specifics there but there's many here that can. It's an easy fix.
    Thanks Vic, not harsh for me at all. Thank you very much for the pointers. I am assuming in RAW the noise level will then be the same as well no matter what ISO setting, it all refers back to 800? thanks!!
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    Here's a version with a bit more contrast, and I did not try to save the highlights and "exposed" for your face. If that's not intended, then you would need to darken the windows or light your face next attempt! Usually a show's DOP will decide to save windows or blow out windows up front, then we all know what we are going for. So in this case, just say you intended to blow out the windows ;>) In RAW, all your settings are just metadata - the image is the image off your sensor and you can change those metadata settings to whatever you like later. Of course this can throw you off when shooting. Always good to know what native ISO is of the sensor on your camera, as it is what your REALLY saving.

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    It's also possible the pink crept in from no IR cut filter? Other's may have a better idea as I thought it only contaminated dark areas, but in snow, who knows?
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