We had 3 aputure amaran led panels (One ipad sized spot and two smaller ones. I don't remember their models) for rigged shots. For the wide angle and b-roll we added
2 x Osram 954 T8 fluorecent tube and 1x daylight bulb as a practical lights.
Lights and camera were fixed to our rig so we got every angle covered and we didn't cast shadows on guys.
We used my diy dana dolly rail pipes and parts to the frame.
I added short pipe on the stand so we could attach a grip arm for extra support between main frame and the stand and it could spin freely.
It worked flawlessly!
Thanks Bino for the tip!
Low budget = highly innovative filmmaking. Looks very good.
Set budget breakdown:
4 car seats - 60€
12m 4inch pipe - 30€
Bigger pipes, scrap metal etc. Rent fee - 20€/week from a local recycle second hand store
4x Eye protection glasses - 16€
Smaller pipes for shoulders and glasses - 8€
3 pairs of latex kitchen gloves - 9€
Silver & burnt sienna acrylic paint ~15€
Black and gray spray paint - 15€
Hot Glue - 4€
Gorilla super glue and tape - 15€
All kind of lost and found things and things I already had - No cost for this project
Really cool stuff! Thanks for the BTS shots and detailed info Atte - well done!
Under "Project Settings" go to the "Color Management" Tab
You will see an option for "Use Mac Display Color Profile For Viewers", uncheck the box.
When the box is checked, Resolve is bringing down the image being sent to your viewer, and only to the viewer not the exports. I can only guess BMD does this to line up with a certain Mac color profile (which I assume Apple isn't using anymore) hence why you have to uncheck the box to get the actual look you want.
What this does is it makes you actually boost your footage in the grade. And in turn the real image comes out lifted and with less contrast.
If you are using Windows and not a Mac then I'm not sure what the issue is.
I was having this same exact problem until I asked the question you did. After unchecking the box when I start a new project, I never have a issue anymore.
Hope this helps.
Outstanding shots by the way.
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