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    Just an impromptu shoot, watch or download in 2k! if you dare...

    https://vimeo.com/150956737

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    Looks really nice.

    I like the color grade better than some of your previous shots, but I can't tell you in what way...it's a secret.


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    I can keep a secret

    And for sure, actually a lot of it is rigged into a shoulder mount setup, but I end up shooting off my chest or leg to get various angles at points. I just don't know how to sit still dammnit!

    Anything wrong with the grade that you can pick out or something bothersome. Thanks man! Would love to hear any more reccomendations
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    Double post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Revdesign Industries View Post
    Anything wrong with the grade that you can pick out or something bothersome. Thanks man! Would love to hear any more reccomendations
    I just think the earlier stuff was a bit heavily affected. This piece - the colors and range look more natural. A bit more true to life. I really think that any strong color grading most often has to have a context to it. Why is this scene or that scene altered in a way that is not realistic? Surely there are plenty of reasons to within film - but the story, mood, tone, and setting all come together to say something - and that can be enhanced in the context of the story by a strong (less realistic) color grade.
    But if the piece does not have enough story to clearly indicate WHY an unrealistic color grade is being used, then it just looks unrealistic and sometimes even 'wrong'...like some sort of malfunction.
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    Thanks Stewart! I assume you are referring to my earlier post of the "Test Grade" with the random hipsters hanging out doing a fashion shoot, and the guitar scene.

    I definetly went for a more natural approach in this piece with a bit more punch of saturation in certain shots to contrast the blues greens reds and browns. If the saturation seems strong, it was intentional in this bit, as I wanted to see what color I could pull from the raw sensor, also given I used a heavy ND filter that I combatted a green tint from
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    So how was this captured in BMPCC as 2K Raw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Revdesign Industries View Post
    also given I used a heavy ND filter that I combatted a green tint from
    Oh, no no no.... You'll be usin' thar Hoya ProND's or we'll be sendin' ya back ta Zanzibar from whence ya came.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    So how was this captured in BMPCC as 2K Raw?
    its not captured in 2K, but you can watch it in 2K on vimeo (or download the 2.5k file)

    "BMPCC RAW in 2K"
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