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    MC Wedding Films got a reaction from Davey in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    When I downloaded the new one (after already having V1) the PDF was titled, "EOSHD-Pro-Color-Sony-Update" so it's possible he removed the title for all NEW buyers so as not to confuse them.  Dec 7 is the creation date for V2.  The original PDF V1 was made Nov 27th.
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    MC Wedding Films got a reaction from Davey in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    Looks good!  What Kelvin did you end up shooting at?  Looks nice so I'll guess 6800K due to the sunset, maybe over 7k?
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    MC Wedding Films got a reaction from Davey in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    That looks great and much more alive with people!  Well done.
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    MC Wedding Films reacted to Andrew Reid in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    Keeping them but I will be selling the A6300 as I now have the A6500.
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    MC Wedding Films reacted to Andrew Reid in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    OK I'll pass your note onto Sony's engineering team
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    MC Wedding Films reacted to Nicholas Natteau in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    Hi MC, I actually just clicked the eyedropper over the whites of my eyes as well as the mannequin's. I know it's not the proper way to do it. I should have used a white balance card. But I'm stunned at how easy it was to get pleasing results with Reid's picture profile. The blueish color cast was literally removed in a single click. I'm sure I could tinker more with it in Premiere, but I already like it as it is.  
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    MC Wedding Films got a reaction from Davey in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    Silly me, I know better.  Canon was 5Dm3 and Sony A7s2
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    MC Wedding Films reacted to bigfoot in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    People tend to forget that around 6300k or cloudy is very often dial as a WB in the industry to get some of those warm tone back in the skin tone or for a sunset/sunrise. On a sony camera 8 bit 4:2:0 cam it should pretty much always be used when skin tones are part of the scene. 
    Same as 4900k if you want a colder look. The canon standard profile would look a bit more neutral dialed down a bit, the first one seems to be shot under a cuban sun to my eyes. 
     
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    MC Wedding Films got a reaction from Davey in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    Here's a bunch of skin tone shots in direct sun with zero post.  What I did here was keep the exact same settings and Canon 70-200 f/2.8 between the Canon shot and the Sony EOS PRO shots.  The Canon Standard shot is just there for reference.  These are frame grabs from video.  I shot some extra shots with Color Phase at 0 and I think when the WB is at 6600K (even though the Canon is at 5600K) those 2 shots match closest.  Basically, the profile wants higher Kelvin numbers it appears to match with Canon SOOC.  





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    MC Wedding Films reacted to Andrew Reid in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    That goes without saying for everything, always test new stuff before a shoot.
    There are some bugs in Sony's colour handling. The different behaviour of colour depth from A7S II to A6300 shouldn't be happening.
    I have made a second profile with a wider sweet spot, it delivers closer results across the different cameras, and you will all be getting it for free if you bought the original.
    I am also working on something else completely new and an A6500 review.
    I am now mega happy with Sony's colour after all this work.
    I might sell my 1D X Mark II.
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    MC Wedding Films reacted to Andrew Reid in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    I also notice that you can control the colour depth on the A7S II with S-Gamut selected, but on the A6300 you can't.
    I'll be doing an updated EOSHD Pro Color soon and a few other tweaks.
    No need to email me yourself - I'll be emailing all EOSHD Pro Color customers once it's ready.
    Ah yes but if you want to apply a LUT it's better not to shoot with a profile designed for baked in straight out of camera colour.
    SLOG2 is for LUTs.
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    MC Wedding Films reacted to bigfoot in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    I did a quick test with a few random items - i was trying to have a lot of different colors in the image. I'm far from a being pro colorist - and I haven't tried yet to color correct those shots. Here is a quick explanation of the setup and the test. 
     
    2 red head lights bounce on a white roof. Camera set to indoor WB except for thoses images at 5600k (I've had one ctb gel in on top of the spots lights - and set the a7s to outdoor wb)
    3 way - I've use premiere pro cs6 with 3 way color  (master ; checked) then I've use the shadow/mid/highlight dropper on the clapper on the black / grey / white respectively 
    Slog2 is a bit tweak in cam by myself. 
    The last image is a raw photo that went through lightroom with custom WB with the dropper on the white part of the clapper. 
    And the screen shot below had a custom WB on the gray part of the clapper. 
     
    I wanted to push my test a bit further but one of my light bulb just died on me. 
    I will try to match those shots or do a serious grade tomorrow 
     
     

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