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    David Stump on Red
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    Junior Member Elcurado's Avatar
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    Just an example:

    "I will post frames from all of the work, but I have just completed my
    first series of tests on the Red camera. Shooting went very well, the
    prototype was extraordinarily well behaved. I am very pleased with the
    keys that I am pulling from the material, and I can't wait to see a
    green screen comp on the big screen. The image from the sensor has a
    pleasing look to it, not noisy, not grainy, not sharpened by any
    sharpening kernel, and it color corrects easily, yielding very pleasing
    and true colors."


    Comments?
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    Red Camera #265 #266
    Red Zoom #196 #197
    Red Tele #104
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    Awesome. Very very awesome.
    Jaime VallÚs
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    Video, Photography & Graphic Design: www.ajvmedia.com


     

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    Does anyone know what color grading system is being used here? Is it Red's proprietary grading?

    I'll check cinematography.com as well.....


     

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    Hi,

    You need to read David's notes with each set of frames.

    Stephen


     

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    do you have the direct link to his article? there is so much there, TBs of thanks



     

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    Color Grading on these images where not done.. just a rough white balance on some of the images, and on most they are straight out of the prototype of RedCine at "flat line" settings.
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    Sorry Jarred,
    are the images available? Where?
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    Red Camera #265 #266
    Red Zoom #196 #197
    Red Tele #104
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    images will be posted over the next few days
    My most used on-set statement? "That seems unnecessarily dangerous."

    www.adriancorreia.com

    RED #321
    RED Zoom #85


     

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    Hopefully all the files can be mirrored, if Jim J. has permission... I've got a feeling that those folks are going to get their bandwidth SMACKED when the RED frame grabs go on-line...
    Jim Arthurs


     

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    you guys are good at taking care of mirroring issues
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