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    Ty Harper reacted to Jimmy in 5D RAW for large screen projection of a doc?   
    I would take a bet that no one will notice. Nearly ever film gets projected at 2K resolution anyway.
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from Zach Ashcraft in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper reacted to blafarm in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Nicely crafted.  Loved everything except the title design (size, font, legibility and color).
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    Ty Harper reacted to Sekhar in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Looks great, love the colors. I also liked the way you did the voice-over and focus. The music didn't quite work for me though. Also, I'm not sure about your goal, but if you wanted to use this as a bio/promo video, perhaps you should add (even begin with) your best pictures, we don't see much of your work. Overall, great job.
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    Ty Harper reacted to JazzBox in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Beautiful!
     
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    Ty Harper reacted to agolex in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Top notch! Looking so organic and great edit. Makes you wonder why recent cameras don't look any better.
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from Cinegain in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from bamigoreng in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from sam in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from mercer in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from Zak Forsman in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from kaylee in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper got a reaction from Liam in First short profile: Constructive criticisms appreciated.   
    Hey all,
    Just shot/edited my first piece. I'm coming from a radio producer/documentarian background and have produced some stuff for television, but this is the first thing I've shot and edited myself.
    It was done strictly as a learning exercise. I've dabbling in video in my spare time (which has been scarce and so painstakingly slow) for about 5 years now and have learned a lot on these boards. I definitely appreciate the information and experiences shared here and would greatly appreciate any constructive criticisms and advice.
    Password: Malvern
    I did basic color correction as I'm just beginning to learn how to grade, and honestly thought it looked decent until it got uploaded to vimeo. So any vimeo tips would be appreciated as well. 
    Here's a run down of the stuff I used:
    Camera: 5D MKII (ML Raw)
    Lens: Canon 28mm F/2.8, Canon 100mm F/2.8 L, Canon 80-200mm F/2.8 L
    Audio: Sennheiser G3, Marantz PMD661
    Lights: F&V R-300, Lowel Rifa Ex-88
    Conversion: MLVMystic
    Edit/Basic Color Correction: Da Vinci Resolve 11 Lite
    Export: ProRes 422 HQ (resized to HD 1920x1080) 
    Password: Malvern
    <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/145473746" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="https://vimeo.com/145473746">People I Know - Kevin Jones (No Grade)</a> from <a href="https://vimeo.com/tyharper">Ty Harper</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
     
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    Ty Harper reacted to Sekhar in Mosaic VAF-5D2... B version.   
    I bought one for my 6D but had to send it back. It removed the hideous 6D moire very well, so it absolutely works. But it had a fatal flaw for me: it loses focus each time you change zoom. If you shoot with primes or don't zoom much, then this would be great; otherwise, you might want to think this through.
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    Ty Harper reacted to thlbeal in Mosaic VAF-5D2... B version.   
    I bought one a couple months ago and I absolutely love it.  I got a 5d2 around a year ago (mainly for work) and wanted to start shooting RAW so I picked up a VAF on eBay for a very fair price.  I switch between video and stills a lot and the biggest problem is remembering to take the thing out when I take pictures.  When I first got a card fast enough for ML RAW, I figured I could "shoot around" the moire and aliasing, but I quickly realized that I NEEDED the VAF if I wanted an acceptable image with RAW on the 5d.  I know some people don't need or use a VAF with a 5d because they use the crop mode which essentially removes the problems.  I don't want to shoot everything with a 3x crop since I use mostly tighter lenses.
    Here's my first ML RAW test video with my 5d and the 5D2b, I think it turned out decent (note, I'm not very good at the workflow/color grading) - 
     
    -Tom
     
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    Ty Harper reacted to Sekhar in Mosaic VAF-5D2... B version.   
    ​I thought it softened the image a bit, though it's possible I just felt that way after it got rid of all the moire. Still, using the filter + sharpening in post would give a better image than not using the filter. Even if softer, the image was more organic.
    It all depends on what you want to do. If you do docs and events and can't control what's in the scene, then yes moire will be an issue, and you'll need this filter with 5D2. But then, why stick to 5D2 when you have much better options today? I got NX1 a month back, and the 4K video from that makes my 6D video look like garbage...with or without a filter. IMO even a $700 NX500 would be better for video even if it isn't FF. Also, if you plan to go back/forth between video and stills, you'll have a problem because you'll need to remove the filter to shoot stills.
    Bottom line, ff you're doing narrative work and can control what's in the scene, then getting the filter doesn't make much sense I think. I was using CineStyle with the corresponding settings on my 6D, and those alone did a great job in reducing moire/aliasing from the defaults. So either that with your 5D2 or a different camera would work better for feature stuff.
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