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syberfilm
06-21-2011, 03:36 PM
I shot this for a couple of missed music video scenes.

Shot with the Sony FS100

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MJiGCO55Fk


I used the memory cards to capture footage.

Nikon lens adapter

Nikon 85mm F/1.2

hopefully in a few months I will be doing the uncompressed tests.

Shot in 1080p but down-coverted to 720p for file size reasons.

FelixGER
06-21-2011, 03:46 PM
Man, the skincolors look reeeeeeeally nice! Incredible!

Please post the picture profile you used if you can remember

Edit: The footage looks very organic. Though I donīt see any exessive Grain it kind of feels like 16mm Film. How did you do that?

syberfilm
06-21-2011, 05:07 PM
I actually shot with a flat picture file I found online. I did the color correction with colorista and the rgb curves. For skin tones I through on a roscoe rose filter so they would pop when I color corrected. That is funny that you mentioned 16mm. that is the look I was going for. Surprised you picked up on that so quick. You got a good eye.

To get that soft look. I used the Nikon 58mm, F/1.2 lens wide open and used an ND filter so I can keep the shutter at 1/50'th.

Profile here
Profile Settings (PP6)
Black Level: +15
Gamma: ITU709
Black Gamma: Middle/ +7
Color Mode: Cinematone 1/ 8
Color Level: -2

I hope that helps...

FelixGER
06-21-2011, 05:20 PM
That helped a lot. Thanks!

Do you know your knee setting?
You should try Color Mode: Cinematone 2.
I read a couple of times that it holds up better when it comes to colored highlights

Edit: I had a look at those rose filters.
http://www.popella.de/rosco-farbfolie-bright-rose-148.html
There is a great variety of them available. They must have colored the image quiet a bit....So this must have been pretty heavy color correction....

I will try this one (prefering Lee :Drogar-Happy(DBG): )
http://www.leefilters.com/lighting/products/finder/act:colourdetails/colourRef:C4630710C3DE74/

syberfilm
06-21-2011, 05:47 PM
You can also check out the digital filters...

http://www.tiffen.com/dfx_v2_home.html

It is $579 for the filter set. but you can do quite a bit with them...