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    Our first try. T2i with Magic Lantern and Technicolor Cinestyle. Edited in Avid and graded on DaVinci Resolve Lite

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP7onBNbN48

    Honest thoughts welcomed


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilliantCut Studios View Post
    Our first try. T2i with Magic Lantern and Technicolor Cinestyle. Edited in Avid and graded on DaVinci Resolve Lite

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP7onBNbN48

    Honest thoughts welcomed

    Needs light, way too dark..... Even if you don't have the best lighting or equipment any light that you can use even if it's reflective is needed. Working with dark skin actors light makes your picture shine, shooting natural and then crushing the blacks as you have here renders the image useless.

    The story might be good, but I can't get past the image quality
    /sorry


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    Quote Originally Posted by J.F.R. View Post
    Needs light, way too dark..... Even if you don't have the best lighting or equipment any light that you can use even if it's reflective is needed. Working with dark skin actors light makes your picture shine, shooting natural and then crushing the blacks as you have here renders the image useless.

    The story might be good, but I can't get past the image quality
    /sorry
    No need to be sorry. I did ask for honesty. Yeah we noticed that too. Only had 2 redheads. Already budgeting for a proper light package for our next project. Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment.


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    its not about having light package but knowledge, sun is a lightbulb as well so use it to your advantage, learn where to place the camera and read about 3 point lighting, rembrandt lighting.


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