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    These look too good, your skin tones are still nice and warm. Looks more TO than Ozark, you need to crap it up some more, really try and suck the life out of it.
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    Looks good. What glass did you use, are these shot with the Tokina AT-X-Pro 28-70mm F2.6-2.8?
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    50mm and 85mm Samyang/Rokinon, mostly wide open
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    I'm always up for watching a nice game of Russian Roulette!

    Who won?

    (Oh...the frames are gorgeous,Sir!)
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    B.e.a.utiful.

    I'd love to know more about your lighting setup..
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    Actually it's pretty simple. 200 watt chimera from above, and a one bank FloLight on the floor.

    Here is the finished clip

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    Looks great, but missed the mark to be Ozark. You need more blue, no colors, just blue.

    Seriously, this looks much better than Ozark (good show though).
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    Frank, these look really great. However, I'm a bit perplexed by how you got these results shooting wide open on the Samyang/Rokinons.

    I only own the 85mm (non ds) t1.5 and both my results as well as many tests that I see and remarks from others indicate that they are more or less unusable wide open.

    The amount of halation, lack of contrast, and CA wide open on my 85mm is really bad. I do tend to use them with a speedbooster, so that might be part of the problem. However, what I am describing is something that has been echo'd so much online that I hardly think I'm alone.

    Your frame grabs look more like the results I get when I stop down to at least 2.8 or even 4.
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