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    F35 Project - Feature Teaser - MOVE ME
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    Just wanted to share some stills. Project still in the editing room. It's a teaser for pitching a feature about a dancer who develops MS. 6 light setups in 4 hours. Madness but the F35 was solid.

    Shot in Custom Mode - F900 Color - Slog - Extended
    NR - Low
    Detail (-80%)
    Crisp (40%)
    ISO - 450
    Lenses: Sony Primes shot at T 2.8
    Black Pro Mist - 1/8 on all the time
    24FPS
    to BlackMagic Video Assist - ProRes HQ - 422 10bit


    Some LUTS thrown on the footage to get color ideas. Nothing settled yet.



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    Looks good man. But I prefer sgamut color.


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    Thanks for your insight and comment SJK

    You prefer sgamut in general?

    I have a solid pipeline for S-Gamut when outputing to Rec709, but I am still learning the camera. I do feel the skin tones are more pleasing in F900 out of the box and didn't want to spend too long CC this project.
    I used F900 color profile because I didn't know how to enable F900R which I now do.
    I will give the F900R a test too. I have to do a side by side video...

    IMO S-Gamut contributes to the unique F35 look, but I really am talking from limited experience. Need to do better tests to have concrete evidence... we all know what feelings can be like... ;)


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    @rbirnbaum, what are your thoughts since this time?


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    Davinci Resolve Color Space Transform is giving me the best results with the greatest control instead of LUTS.
    Shooting Slog Sgamut. Have you used CST in Resolve?


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    I have been using the Resolve Color Managment to put everything in an adaptable color space. But i must say, it is no silver bullet. It almost requires me to do more work up front, because i have to adjust more to get a final image. I use it because it allows export options to be easier.

    Not sure what CST is.


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    C.S.T is colorspace transform, it is a plug-in for resolve. I have used it bit it seemed to blow out my footage. I personally use ACES, it has given me the best slog conversation of any method so far.
    Last edited by dhessel; 02-22-2019 at 07:09 PM.


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    Hi guys, just did a quick video on how I use CST. Blown out highlights happen because they require Luminance Mapping Adjustment. Saturation Mapping also helps to tone down the rec709 look. Put it on the timeline node and you are good to go.



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    Interesting. Have you tried ACES?


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    I have. It’s great too, but not having an ACES IDT (reliable) for slog sgamut has consolidated my workflow via CST. I can always convert to ACES instead of rec709 if I need to. Share your workflow on ACES... we may all learn something new.


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