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    'The Hunt' (F3 still delivering the goods)
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    Shot the first part of a low-budget short over the weekend. It's the first narrative piece I've shot on the F3 for quite a while, and a handy reminder that just because newer cameras arrive on the scene, it doesn't mean the old ones lose any of their mojo.

    It was also my first outing with the new Sigma 18-35mm T/2 PL-mount zoom. And I'm definitely now a fan, great little lens.













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    Really nice, like the look and color.


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    Nice work!

    Did you use any filtration?

    Cheers
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    Really like how these frames look. What kind of diffusion did you use on the lens?


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    Cheers guys, it's a combination of haze, 1/4 Promist and metric tonnes of birds*%t and dust on this one.


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    Really love the light and look of that! Any info about the coloring?
    Looks like there's some film emulation going on...


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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelFischer.at View Post
    Really love the light and look of that! Any info about the coloring?
    Looks like there's some film emulation going on...
    Good eye Michael. There's a high-res scan of some 200T filmgrain overlaid on the image, followed by a Fuji cineon transform LUT that's then pushed through a Kodak print LUT.


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    What kind of codecs did the F3 shoot with? Did they have s-log on that as well?


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    Looks good Mark. Location is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grug View Post
    Good eye Michael. There's a high-res scan of some 200T filmgrain overlaid on the image, followed by a Fuji cineon transform LUT that's then pushed through a Kodak print LUT.
    You probably used Resolve right?


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