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    You guys are free to use the thread to post settings, just going to drop these here:

    Slog2 PicPro

    Black Level: 0
    Gamma Slog: 2

    Black Gamma > Range: Middle , Level: -3
    Knee > Mode: Auto , Auto Set > Max Point: 95 , Sensitivity: Mid
    Colore Mode: Pro
    Saturation: +8
    Color Phase -2
    Color Depth > R+1, G-1, B+2,, C-2, M-1, Y-3
    Detail > Level, -5 Adjust > Mode; Manual, V/H Balance: -2, B/W Balance Type3, Limit: 0, Crispening:0, hi_light Detail: 0

    White balance > Manual > Grid setting B 1 (one to the left)

    3000-3600 = Tungsten
    5000 - 5600 = Daylight
    6100 - 7000 = late day or shade/shaded interiors in daylight

    In Resolve, a good way to start's switching to LOG panel, setting LOW RANGE to .525 and HIGH RANGE to .800. Use Shadow, Mid, Highlight to build the curve then LGG to adjust contrast.

    With this specific PicPro it adds a bit more fine control.

    Better to use a Sat curve versus global saturation but that's just my preference.




    Canon FD 50



    Tokina 28-70/2.6


    Canon FD 35



    Sigma 50





    These are just my settings, you aren't obligated to like or use them. =P


    Last edited by Kholi; 07-14-2014 at 02:44 PM.
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    Going to work on a Cine4 PicPro today.
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    Thanks Kholi~ Excited to try these and other user picture profiles over the next couple of weeks!
    It would be nice to use this thread as a place to experiment and talk about everything concerning color settings


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    Merci Kholi!

    I will try those in the next days using different lighting conditions/exposure setting and compare then with my own tests..

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    Quick test with Kholi's PP. Liking where it goes. Want to try out on some skin tones next.

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    @Kholi thanks for settings

    @Sawa looking forward to seeing your skin tone test


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    Kholi that third shot is A+++


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    Those frames look great, thanks for sharing, gonna try it too.


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    https://vimeo.com/100744578



    Cine2/Pro PicPro

    Black Level: -11
    Gamma Slog: Cine2

    Black Gamma > Range: Wide , Level: +7
    Knee > Mode: Manual , Auto Set > Max Point: 95 , Sensitivity: Mid, Manual Set > Point: 105%, Slope: 0
    Colore Mode: Pro
    Saturation: +6
    Color Phase -3
    Color Depth > R+3, G-3, B+1,, C-3, M-2, Y-5
    Detail > Level, -5 Adjust > Mode; Manual, V/H Balance: -2, B/W Balance Type3, Limit: 0, Crispening:0, hi_light Detail: 0

    White balance > Manual > Grid setting B 1 (one to the left)

    3000-3600 = Tungsten
    5000 - 5600 = Daylight
    6100 - 7000 = late day or shade/shaded interiors in daylight

    In Resolve, a good way to start's switching to LOG panel, setting LOW RANGE to .200 and HIGH RANGE to .700. Use Shadow, Mid, Highlight to build the curve then LGG to adjust contrast.

    With this specific PicPro it adds a bit more fine control.


    All straight out of camera, no adjustments, Canon 70-200 And Hoya ProND (quick exteriors)












    Disclaimer: don't have to use it and don't have to like it! All feedback appreciated as usual! =D
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    I'm done for the day X_x you guys let me know what you get out of those, and of course please post some for me to try as well.
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