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  1. Yup, it's high time Resolve got more recognition. It really deserves it.
  2. 'E' and 'G' looks the best to my eyes with 'G' being a bit more contrasty and detailed than 'E'. Note that I'm viewing it on my phone (like 90% of audience nowadays do).
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    Davinci Resolve 16

    The one you posted before: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5U00UYhXDk It shows how something was done before and how to approach it now. For me, it's the best way of learning and improving my skills.
  4. My bad, I meant the Extended Patreon Podcasts, which often feature some breakdowns, etc.
  5. Hi there. Does anyone have any experience / feedback regarding The Wandering DP Podcasts? I saw some of his work and free samples of podcasts and they looked amazing and informative. What's your take on this?
  6. So sorry to hear that. It surely evoked emotions, that's more important than all the technical stuff.
  7. Yeah, seems like it, to be honest. I have a Pentacon 135/2.8 and even wide open it is okay.
  8. Some good coloring (and on-set lighting) advice: https://www.reddit.com/r/Filmmakers/comments/bkgpis/spent_4_years_building_and_i_finally_have_a_reel/
  9. @tonysss, I'm sorry to inform you, but, unfortunately, this Gujarish guy is just a spammer.
  10. Even in photo mode? Or in video (after cropping out the sides in order to finally deliver in 2.35:1) ? That'd be quite a feat, though everything is possible. Especially in anamorphic world. Meanwhile, OP mentions M4/3 camera, which most likely means GH5 and therefore - 4:3 open gate mode.
  11. Just a reminder: You'll get a massive vignette if you use 25 mm M4/3 lens with a 2x anamorphic adapter. The widest you you could go is 42.5 mm
  12. No prob! Usually I'm not a big fan of video reviews and much more prefer the written word, but the videos you do with Chris are an exception - I watch them all, from soup to nuts and never regret it. Anyway, back to the point: the footage looks great. Pleasing colors, nice contrast and good looking motion. It's intriguing to see that Panasonic didn't ignore S1's video capabilites even though they initially stated that it's mainly a stills camera.
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