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  1. Im looking for a Sony FS7 picture profile to bake in a look that emulates the Canon 5D Mark iii.
  2. Hello EOSHD forum First time poster and long time reader here. I wrote/directed a short film based on Aussie sci-fi novelist Greg Egan's story 'Axiomatic'. I shot this on a 5DmkIII with Zeiss and Takumar primes and the older 1080p ML Raw hack as the 4k option wasn't available yet. Please feel free to check out the teaser trailer on Vimeo:
  3. Hi there, I just uploaded the final teaser trailer to my short film based on the Australian novelist Greg Egan short story of the same name: Axiomatic teaser_3 Thanks to @mercer for his suggestions on the edit for it. I've love any forum readers and indie film fans to check it out and let me know what they think. The full short will premier online next week so stay tuned if you'd like to know more.
  4. This summer as well I get opportunity to visit my friends back home in Lithuania. I got very nice memories from my previous visit last year and I was happy to visit them again at Gelgaudis, at south of Neman (Nemunas) River, Lithuania. Despite bad weather we spend a wonderful time. Got some shorts memories from there. Thank you for watching Little bit about technical site. First time I used completely only hacked software from my Canon 5D mark III, called Magic Lantern. All videos were captured at RAW (MLV files transfered to DNG) and time-lapses were done using Silent Pictures mode from Magic Lantern. Also first time I used new transfer method. 1) MLV video files 2) transfer to Cinema DNG 3) Open with Davinci Resolve 4) change color settings decode using: clip and Color space: BMD film. (to get flat picture look) 5) Transfer to DNxHD 444 6) Import and Edit and color correction done with Adobe Premiere CC 2015 using new LUMETRI color correction update. Summary: results are fabulous and saved me a lot of time. New adobe update: LUMETRI color correction is lifesaver. Music by: Jon Hopkins - The River Cheers
  5. Hi, I shot this video in Dolomites, Italy, in Marmolada mountain area during 8 days vacations. Filmed on a Canon 5D Mark III entirely in Magic Lantern raw format (mlv) 1920x1080. I used Komputerbay 64GB 1000x and Sandisk extreme pro 32GB memory cards. Nexto DI ND2730 500GB photo storage device was super helpful with archiving those lots amount of data in the field. Most of the shots were made with canon 16-35mm f2.8 L II but canon 100mm f2.8 L Macro was also used. Smooth shots were made with Glidecam HD2000. Regarding Magic Lantern - i had absolutely no problem with it in the field. It worked brilliantly, had some few minor crashes but nothing to worry about. Huge amount of data is no problem when you have a device like nextodi or similar with you. Copying 64GB card takes about 8-10 minutes so if you have two cards (i had 64 and 32GB) you can shoot almost continuosly. Please tell me what you think.
  6. [url="https://vimeo.com/47842770"]https://vimeo.com/47842770[/url] Guys, Just shot a new teaser for an thriller we are hoping to produce this year called "Boxed In" We are currently raising funds through Indiegogo for not only "Boxed In" but a second feature as well to do it as a Micro-Double Feature. The trailer for that will drop in two weeks. If you like what you see from the first trailer mosey on over to our Indiegogo page. We have some unbelievable prizes. One of which includes a brand new Canon 5D Mark III! Once we get over 400 donations of $25 or more, all the donors names will be thrown in a hat and one will win the camera. So even if the flick isn't up your alley, you have a chance to win a $3500 camera for $25 bucks. We have other amazing prizes as well, and honestly I hope you just love the concept of the movies, because we are extremely passionate about getting them made. [url="http://www.indiegogo.com/doublefeatureoffright"]www.indiegogo.com/doublefeatureoffright[/url] Thanks for watching guys -Andy Palmer
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