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    yups. contrasty bandwagon here as well. its to the point of clipping some of the highlights which looks really nice in C-log. With the right grade however this will look really nice
    Last edited by jambredz; 04-09-2012 at 03:24 PM.


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    Well, definitely can't argue with the majority.

    Thanks for the help folks! Really appreciate the constructive feedback. Great community here.


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    Looking at your screengrabs, I'm thinking that maybe the C-Log was captured a bit hotter than is normal for a log codec - so be careful when lifting those mids and especially highs! You don't have a lot of room to go.


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    I also think the faces are graded too brightly in the 'after' clips. They even look overexposed. I like some rich filmic color in faces (which I think can be easily tweaked here).


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