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    DVX Scene Settings - In Camera Looks
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    I was very impressed with the recent posts by fevercity's Scene Setting - In Camera looks. I know others have posted similar settings in the past, but finding them is a job and a half.

    So I'm creating this sticky for the posting/discussion of these In Camera Looks and how to achieve them.

    I'll post entries with fevercity's latest submissions and links to the original threads, rather than move all the discussion here.

    Please feel free to post your own settings, preferably with sample images to show the look off.

    If you have questions regarding a specific setting, please be sure to contact the original creator listed in that post. Even though these are all posted here by me, they are not my work. Rather I am trying to make a central point to showcase some great work I found that others have done.

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    8-Ball Press High
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    Author: fevercity
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=100172


    With this latest batch, chroma's a bit hot. This jpeg doesn't do justice to how saturated the new woodwork on that house is. The sky remains thanks to a polarizer filter. Otherwise, there's no other filtration and white balance is clean. The blacks are definitely solid. Maybe too solid - this gamma curve probably allows for some more room on the lower end (a -6 or -7 should be ideal). -8 is what's provided here for PEDESTAL and HIGH on the KNEE, hence the name.







    Settings
    DETAIL LEVEL -3
    V DETAIL LEVEL -1
    DETAIL CORING +2
    CHROMA LEVEL +3
    CHROMA PHASE 0
    COLOR TEMP 0
    MASTER PED -8
    A. IRIS LEVEL -1
    GAMMA B.PRESS
    KNEE HIGH
    MATRIX CINELIKE
    SKIN TONE DTL OFF
    V DETAIL FREQ THIN
    PROGRESSIVE 24p
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    Golden Eye
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    Author: fevercity
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=101123

    Nope. Not James Bond. Long before Pierce Brosnan took his turn as 007 in '95, John Huston released a very strange film in 1967, "Reflections in a Golden Eye" starring Marlon Brando & Elizabeth Taylor.

    I used a Smead UltraColor Envelope 89532 (BLUE this time) for WHITE BALANCE. Add some adjustments in-camera and you've got a cheat on this weird look.






    Settings
    DETAIL -3
    V. DETAIL LEVEL -3
    DETAIL CORING +3
    CHROMA LEVEL 0
    CHROMA PHASE -7
    COLOR TEMP +5
    MASTER PED -5
    A. IRIS LEVEL -2
    GAMMA B.PRESS
    KNEE HIGH
    MATRIX NORMAL
    SKIN TONE DTL OFF
    V. DETAIL FREQ THIN
    PROGRESSIVE 24P
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    Hostel
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    Author: fevercity
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=100314


    Okay, so technically it should be "Hostel 2" since that's what Eli Roth was on Conan O' Brien talking about tonight. Regardless, the 'green' look is overdone these days but it was late and scene settings have been on my mind lately (obviously). They showed an interior torture / horror scene and it was time to try and simulate that look on the DVX. The green was off the charts for a straight in-camera tweak alone. CHROMA PHASE will not take you that far green.

    The 'look' needed to be a repeatable white-balance fake. It needed to be more specific than "experiment with card stock from your local printing supplier". Enter the Smead UltraColor Envelope (No. 89531 - Purple). It's a letter-sized envelope with a string thingie but you only need enough to grab white balance and it's nice to know that their 'purple' will yield this creepy green.






    Settings
    DETAIL LEVEL -3
    V DETAIL LEVEL -1
    DETAIL CORING +3
    CHROMA LEVEL 0
    CHROMA PHASE 0
    COLOR TEMP -4
    MASTER PED -10
    A. IRIS LEVEL -2
    GAMMA B.PRESS
    KNEE AUTO
    MATRIX NORMAL
    SKIN TONE DTL OFF
    V DETAIL FREQ THIN
    PROGRESSIVE 24p

    White Balance Reference:
    Smead UltraColor Envelope (No. 89531 - Purple)
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    Hostel Ver 2
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    Author: fevercity
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...9&postcount=18




    Settings
    DETAIL LEVEL -3
    V DETAIL LEVEL -1
    DETAIL CORING +3
    CHROMA LEVEL 0
    CHROMA PHASE 0
    COLOR TEMP -4
    MASTER PED -10
    A. IRIS LEVEL -2
    GAMMA B.PRESS
    KNEE AUTO
    MATRIX NORMAL
    SKIN TONE DTL OFF
    V DETAIL FREQ THIN
    PROGRESSIVE 24p
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    Warm Rust
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    Author: fevercity
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...08&postcount=4


    The idea with these settings ("Warm Rust" - lame name.... couldn't think of anything else) was to pull out most of the chroma and then warm it. Obviously, you can't pull ALL chroma out, so there are still hints of what's there. The idea is that late afternoon sun bouncing around, like you might get off some of the brown dirt and sand out here (or in Mexico maybe). Fact is, this is a very lush and green spring / summer in Colorado so that did not affect these settings. White balance was clean with no filtration up front.






    Settings
    DETAIL -3
    V DETAIL +2
    DETAIL CORING +2
    CHROMA LVL -7
    CHROMA PHASE 0
    COLOR TEMP -5
    M. PEDESTAL -6
    A. IRIS -2
    GAMMA CINELIKE V
    KNEE (n/a)
    MATRIX CINELIKE
    V DTL THIN
    SKIN DTL OFF
    24pA
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    Denver UV Haze & Toxic Gas
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    Author: fevercity
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...3&postcount=59





    Settings
    DETAIL -2
    V DETAIL LEVEL -4
    DETAIL CORING +3
    CHROMA LEVEL +3
    CHROMA PHASE 0
    COLOR TEMP -2
    MASTER PED -5
    A. IRIS LEVEL -2
    GAMMA CINELIKE V
    KNEE (N/A)
    MATRIX CINELIKE
    SKIN DTL OFF
    V DETAIL FREQ MID
    PROGRESSIVE 24pA
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    Scene Office
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    Author: EyeBite
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=41088


    I called this one "Office" because it's got a desaturated kind of look like they used on the Office(s). Dull, uninteresting





    Settings
    Detail Level: +7
    V Detail Level: +7
    Detail Coring: +7
    Chroma Level: -7
    Chroma Phase: -7
    Color Temp: -2
    Master Ped: -10
    A.Iris Level: +2

    Gamma: Cine-Like
    Knee: (Auto)
    Matrix: Norm
    Skin Tone Dtl: Off

    V Detail Freq: Thin
    Progressive: 24P(ADV)
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    Scene Diet
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    Author: EyeBite
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=41088


    This name, "Diet," goes along with what I called Scene #6 (On Fire). "On Fire" stems from "Man on Fire," and "Diet" is a little less dramatic version of On Fire, in terms of the rich coloring and darkness.



    Settings
    Detail Level: -3
    V Detail Level: -7
    Detail Coring: -7
    Chroma Level: +7
    Chroma Phase: -7
    Color Temp: -7
    Master Ped: -9
    A.Iris Level: +3

    Gamma: Cine-Like_V
    Knee: (Low)
    Matrix: Cine-Like
    Skin Tone Dtl: On

    V Detail Freq: Thick
    Progressive: 24P
    Last edited by Larry Rutledge; 08-06-2007 at 04:10 PM.


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    Scene Drama
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    Author: EyeBite
    Original Thread: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?t=41088


    This one's called "Drama" because it's dark, and "moody." I don't know what that means, but it comes in handy when you've got enough light to tone it down a little.



    Settings
    Detail Level: 0
    V Detail Level: 0
    Detail Coring: 0
    Chroma Level: -5
    Chroma Phase: 0
    Color Temp: -7
    Master Ped: -15
    A.Iris Level: 0

    Gamma: B.Press
    Knee: Mid
    Matrix: Enriched
    Skin Tone Dtl: On

    V Detail Freq: Thick
    Progressive: 24P
    Last edited by Larry Rutledge; 08-06-2007 at 04:11 PM.


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