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Wild Ranger

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  1. I downscale in the final process when mastering. The GHA is a different approach, with LogC makes the GH5 more universal to work with, its a style i´m more used to.
  2. Thanks! Yeah the short you mentioned is called "Best-Seller", is now on some streaming services, also in youtube. You are right, when watching this color, is very tempting to go for this look. But the B&W style was something i already decide in Pre-production. Is gonna take some time, I just made a first-cut, then come sound design, scoring and Mastering. But is looking neat! I shoot in 4k, then down scale. Looks better and you can push it more in post. Here i used a lot the Sigma 18-35, and then a 50mm Super takumar(super filmic!)
  3. And this is the final look i'm aiming... For this I use the V3 to LogC and then a B&W film lut.
  4. Hello everyone! I'm been working in several projects lately, here i wanted to to show some still of a new short film i shot last week. The final look will be in black & white, but here i will put some stills in color with V3 and my grade. Also some Vlog stills. Vlog:
  5. Hi Sergio, it's been a long time since i had this issue. I have send my camera to panasonic, also tested 2 more models, tried different recording modes, NTSC, PAL, etc. 4k, 6k... Nothing changed, it's there. So a came to the conclusion that it's a fixed noise pattern in the sensor, something that seems all GH5 have. It's a pity but I found it's an issue that rarely bothers, it generally appear when you underexpose too much the image, like any noise pattern. Since then I had the opportunity to work in several projects with the camera and this have never bothered my again, it's not something that appears in general use.
  6. Yeah, i like the lower highlights but film, back in the day, when processed had a very bright punch and higher ceiling. Love that punch with film, which with this LogC conversion is more achievable. Different looks from different eras.
  7. @Sage i wanna tell you, if next year everything goes great, i'm gonna be shooting my next feature and i'm really considering using the Gh5 with your lut, a really portable and cheap Alexa!
  8. I shot a music video this weekend, here are some stills using the new V3. This are from HD slow motion, so there is a little loss in quality. I applied noise reduction to smooth the compression and make the grade more seamless. All was capture with CineD. The first are with the "Main" lut and then corrected, and the second ones are my grade with LogC.
  9. @Sage Sure! here are Vlog stills.
  10. Hi everybody! here i wanna share some stills from a little "fiction/experimental" project I shot with some friends. All this are graded with GHa Log-C.
  11. That rolling shutter looks like from the old Nikon D90!!! I don't want to attack to any youtuber in the list, but it's really weird nobody mentions that Awful rolling shutter. I mean, they have a big responsibility been the voice of influence to costumers when come the time to make a buying choice. For me it feel irresponsible to not cover this type of details. There are even videos with the title "what nobody talk about the..." and they say nothing about rolling shutter!!! what the hell is wrong with this people!?!?
  12. The GH5 is the new super 16mm camera for low budget indie films.
  13. Yeah the Ireland video has a beautiful feel, i love those hues of blue.
  14. Yeah! @Andrew Reid you should give a try what @Sage has made with his Alexa color conversion. Really in depth work!
  15. If we are praising the GH5 here... I would love to share this work i made with it. Loving this camera
  16. I did use a C-mount adapter for that one, for my other lenses I use the Viltrox with EF mount. The super 16 gives a lot of vignetting, I used it with the 4:3 4k mode and also the EX-tele converter, those two modes gives the exact crop for a super 16mm sensor. Here a frame in native 4:3 mode.
  17. Yeah! the Vlltrox adapters are really good. I have the EF-M2 (the focal reducer) and it's great, really sharp and cheap! The 16mm vibe it's there. I have tested the GH5 with a super 16mm, a Som Berthiot Pan Cinor 17-85 f2 lens. And there is some magic when added with this Luts.
  18. Exactly! Is a matter of been able of choosing different stocks and Luts for starting point. Arri Log-C is universal and widely supported. That said, I really like sage work on "Main", i'm planing on using it more often. I'll keep that in mind and try that way!
  19. My order of operation goes this way: Raw footage Mask corrections (like secondaries) Exposure & WB corrections Diffusion, vignette & optical fxs GHA lut convertion (to logC) Film stock lut "my grading" "my final grading".
  20. I used some variation of Kodak Vision, also I have some love for the Fuji Eterna. That helps to establish a base grade, then i start with my own secret sauce. I will only reveal that some important ingredients of my grading are, Diffusion and warming the shadows/cooling the highlights.
  21. That's not a plugin or effect, The original take is pretty long, then the actress poses and then we change position, angle and pose. That is repeated for a entire long take. Then in post, I use normal speed and then speed ramp to the other pose. Some positions have been edited to between takes and cross faded. At the end i added motion blur to the transition to make it look like a Hyperlapse. Wow thanks! I actually go more towards narrative drama, I made a feature and some short films. But sometimes i like to play and try different approaches to story. It's all about the joy of the process.
  22. Here, I just tried this... It´s graded using the "Main" lut. CineD-to-Vlog-to-GHa daylight "main". This below is the original.
  23. In the scene with the room in all red lighting I notice the new version, Verde, was handling much better the red saturation that the previous version, so cheers for that!???
  24. Yes, is much easier to work. Sometime I use film stock luts for LogC. it depends on the project.
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