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Chrille

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    Musicpromos, Cameratech, Visual Effects, Storytelling, Producing

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  1. Some Weeks ago i had the pleasure to shoot a cowboy themed project for DUCKS ON DRUGS. Animals, Children, Actionscenes - you name it! Any feedback is welcome.
  2. Here is a new video shot on the Sony A7iii and the Zeiss 20mm noctilux. A really nice lens that really takes some of that sony videolook off the material. It's the first time i experienced the "lines" problem of the A7iii. In quite a lot of shots you see steady "zebra" lines all over the picture. I shot some material without fog and some with fog and the shots with fog showed the problem very strong. As i shot the material quite flat the stripes did not show very well and i thought they were a problem of monitoring in the dark surrounding. It seems that one of the lights is working on a
  3. Sadly still no Alexa like skin tones, but many things look like this will be a nice work horse for the coming years.
  4. It's fun that the rumored specs basically exceed the specs of Sonys flagship cinema camera (venice).
  5. The guy still knows how to impress: He shot this on an a6300. I believe in HD. You can also download the source file on the vimeo page.
  6. I guess in ten years some 18 year old will shoot something great with 8K on the old used Canon R5 that he bought for cheap.
  7. I think it would be great to ask them to implement a 2,8K Mode on the GH5 or GH5S via firmware at the max. 4K Bandwith that might add to the quality of the picture i guess. Given that this is one of the learnings that came up in the last time i believe that would be something that they could do to make their customers happy...
  8. I think photography and shooting video are just different fields. I even feel it when i am on holiday and i try to go back and forth between shooting video and taking pictures - it seems to need different parts of the brain. What i really like about shooting video (big or small) is that you start with some kind of concept and you go and shoot the video. After the shoot you sit in editing with the new material and wondering wether everything will work out. If it works out it's nice. I experience the same problems that Andrew is mentioning quite often as well. A Zoom to early, ibis
  9. Hello, check out this music video i shot on the A7iii and the 24-70 F 4.0. Picture Profile was Slog. All the real time shots were recorded to a atomos. Even using a controlled lighting situation i find it pretty hard to get nice skintones out of the camera. Luckily a friend of mine is a good grading artist. Nevertheless it was much fun trying to create this sci fi mood with some basic elements such as black trash bags and a pieces of plastic. I had a set of zeiss contax lenses but one of the contax to ef adapters left a nice scratch in my sigma adapter on the first set up.
  10. Thank you! Somehow the Atomos picture had a little more contrast. Easy to fix in grading but in the first moment i put it in Premiere i thought: wow, the atomos stuff looks much crispier... Sony Skin tones are a thing - i am still looking for a way to give them a natural feeling.
  11. Heyho, check out this little video i shot for german based band Trebor. Shot on A7iii and Atomos. Surprisingly the material from the a7iii looks a bit different than the one from the atomos. Light was changing heavily throughout the shoot ( big windows) so it was kind of hard to keep the light consistent. I could set up a light for the close ups. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z222A3aCRqQ P.S.: Of course the band would be very happy if you could leave a like or a comment...
  12. Hi everyone, check out this little musicvideo i shot on the Sony A7iii with standard optics. I used a tiffen black promist 1/8. Also used it in the sunlight shots which did not make too much sense. Some of the shots were recorded to an atomos recorder. Graded in Premiere. Sadly i did not own a Gimbal at that time... https://www.youtube.com/embed/YQyMdkgUIjI
  13. Check out this little musicvideo i shot with the A7iii . The combination of Youtube compression and Lumetri looks force the pink skintones in some shots to TO THE MAX!
  14. As usual this makes me wonder what makes Vimeo go this route. I believe this must be massively reducing their number of clients. I guess it's quite hard (and expensive) for a smaller player to fight these legal battles regarding copy rights. But the lack of communication is an absolut downer. I am still really fond of the whole Vimeo universe. I still love that you can ask all these incredible artists direct questions regarding gear, lighting and techniques and the rate of replies is very high.
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