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    Four new Picture Profiles for The FS100 2.0
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    Four new Picture Profiles for The FS100 2.0


    The FS100 finally received the 2.0 firmware update, so itīs time for some new profiles.
    My main goal was to get good looking skin tones at daylight. For other situations, play with the white balance till the skin tones are right and everything else should fall into place

    For best results: Adjust your black levels to Zero (you can even go a hair below, as I have learned) for every single scene.

    K-Tone 2.0

    Based on the K-Ton warm, vintage, sweet home Alabama Kodachrome 25 look – here comes a new version.

    Black Level: 0 (set per scene)
    Gamma: Cinematone 1
    Black Gamma High, +3
    Knee 102,5, -1
    Color Mode: Cinematone1, +7
    Color Level: -6
    Colorphase: -7
    Colordepth: R +2, G +6, B +5,C +5, M 0, Y +5
    WB Shift: LB-CC, -8, -1
    Detail: Level -4, Manual off

    G-LOG A 2.0

    Black Level: 0 (set per scene)
    Gamma: Standard
    Black Gamma High, +7
    Knee 105, 0
    Color Mode: Standard, +8
    Color Level: -3
    Colorphase: -7
    Colordepth: R -6, G +2, B +2, C -2, M +1, Y +2
    WB Shift: LB-CC, 0, 0
    Detail: Level -2, Manual off

    G-Log B 2.0
    This is a very special and more aggressive, almost gritty look.
    It brings out every wrinkle in a face.

    Black Level: 0 (set per scene)
    Gamma: Cinematone 2
    Black Gamma High, +7
    Knee 105, 0
    Color Mode: Cinematone2, +8
    Color Level: -4
    Colorphase: -1
    Colordepth: R +7, G +4, B +5, C 0, M 0, Y +0
    WB Shift: RB, -9, +6
    Detail: Level 3, Manual on, V/H 0, B/W, Type3, Limit 7, Chrispening 4, HL. Detail 0,

    GlenColor 2.0

    A look you can use, if you donīt want to fiddle too much post.

    Black Level: (variable – start at 0 and adjust to your scene)
    Gamma: Cinetone2
    Black Gamma High +7
    Knee: 105% and slope +5
    Colormode: Cinematone2 +8
    Color Level -2
    Colorphase 0
    Depth: R+4, G+7, B+7, C+7, M+4, Y+7
    WB-Shift R-B, R-7, B0
    Detail: Level 0, Manual ON, BWType3, Limit4, Chrispening5

    If something starts looking purple, you need to dial in your WB by hand, while looking at skin tones.
    Don't use presets or kelvin numbers.

    I encourage everyone to take those profiles as a starting point and tweak them till they suit your taste.
    Have fun playing with them.

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    Thanks a lot Frank, really appreciate it. Unfortunately I'm not able to test them now but should do some test at Monday.


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    Frank, what profiles do you find your self using most often? Are these profiles
    for indoor as well as out door?


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    The series 2.o is in and out door - I probably use the K-Tone the most - at least for my own projects, where I prefer that look.

    Checkout my Vimeo site: Http://vimeo.com/user1323085
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    You rock Frank!


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    Im new at this so it might be a stupid question but does "WB Shift: LB-CC, -8, -1" mean LB-CC LB[Color Temp] = -8, CC[MG/GR]=-1 or does the -8,-1 refer to R and B Gain?


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    In new at this so it might be a stupid question but does "WB Shift: LB-CC, -8, -1" mean LB-CC LB[Color Temp] = -8, CC[MG/GR]=-1 or does the -8,-1 refer to R and B Gain?

    --- Never mind. I figured out the obvious.


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    Very nice work Frank.

    Quote Originally Posted by Postmaster View Post
    The series 2.o is in and out door - I probably use the K-Tone the most - at least for my own projects, where I prefer that look.

    Checkout my Vimeo site: Http://vimeo.com/user1323085
    Last edited by Gary W; 04-27-2012 at 09:21 PM.


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    Some examples:


    G-LOG A:

    GLog-A.jpg


    G-LOG B:

    Glog-B.jpg



    K-TONE:

    K-Tone.jpg
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    Looks great. Are these available to download?
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