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This thread reminded me that I had a few test clips of 5Dii Raw that I captured to test the workflow but never graded or anything.
Today I was bored and just played a little with them.
It sure does have a certain soft but creamy look.

I really like the two indoor shots of the Dog where I just added some saturation and contrast after converting it to BMDFilm.

 

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This thread reminded me that I had a few test clips of 5Dii Raw that I captured to test the workflow but never graded or anything.
Today I was bored and just played a little with them.
It sure does have a certain soft but creamy look.

I really like the two indoor shots of the Dog where I just added some saturation and contrast after converting it to BMDFilm.

 

Mattias do you think i could get some dngs to play around with?

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Not sure if this is the right place, but here goes:

How long did this take to complete from inception, to pre and post production?

What kind of budget did you have?

Did you use the awesome light you and Bruce developed that was used in the Testarossa / Petrolicious piece?

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Congrats on the Vimeo staff pick. Your work looks amazing.    I posted the link to your short earlier in one of Ed's posts (probably not the best place), but I was curious if Ed had seen it.  (bought the F35 myself thanks to you and Ed.)

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2 hours ago, kidzrevil said:

Would yall take a hacked 5d mark iii over a sony a7sii ?

It depends for what you are using it for. If you want to use it for cinematic short films, then hell yes. 
For company video's, Interviews and even travel video's I would use the A7S ii.

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10 hours ago, zerocool22 said:

It depends for what you are using it for. If you want to use it for cinematic short films, then hell yes. 
For company video's, Interviews and even travel video's I would use the A7S ii.

In that case i'll use my samsung nx1 with my zeiss milvus glass for that type of content instead of an a7sii

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