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    GH2 Alive - GH2 Driftwood Dark Matter V3 outdoors test

    https://vimeo.com/39106282

    This is a short piece with two different color grades using the GH2 and the Driftwood Dark Matter Hack. Loving the detail and the gradability of the driftwood settings.

    THE LAST SHOT IS JUST A SHOT OF THE MOON with 300mm 2.8 and Tele extended. Detail is amazing...
    Lenses used:
    Lumix/Leica 25mm 1.4
    Tokina 11-16mm
    Canon 300mm L 2.8
    Enjoy!
    James Burke
    revisislander@yahoo.com
    Freelance DP/Camera OP., editor, etc.
    Always looking to collaborate. Email me
    http://vimeo.com/jamesburke




    #2
    Was the moon shot with the 1080 ETC or 720 ETC and scaled up to 1080 in post? Nice!!!

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      #3
      The moon shot was 1080p 24h. etc mode.

      So the 300mm lens became a 600mm focal distance, plus if you think in terms of full frame, it was close to a 1200mm lens.. I really want to get a shot of the sun that I saw in THX-1138 at the end.

      If you dont know the shot here it is:
      I may have to find a wide open space on a nice day when the sun looks orange close to the horizon.
      James Burke
      revisislander@yahoo.com
      Freelance DP/Camera OP., editor, etc.
      Always looking to collaborate. Email me
      http://vimeo.com/jamesburke



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        #4
        Where was your moon shot taken? Did you use a mask round the edge to get rid of the heat waves before the one with all the stars?

        Here's a sample I get with a 600mm and my T3i between 1x and 3x crop zoom. It's shot out over a city of 2 million and the heat waves are massive. I need to go out on the desert on a cold winters night to try one of these properly.
        http://vimeo.com/34919397

        Currious how the extra resolution of the GH2 and the hacks might compare with that monster lens of mine?

        Cheers,
        Pete

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          #5
          Originally posted by jburke14 View Post
          https://vimeo.com/39106282

          This is a short piece with two different color grades using the GH2 and the Driftwood Dark Matter Hack. Loving the detail and the gradability of the driftwood settings.

          THE LAST SHOT IS JUST A SHOT OF THE MOON with 300mm 2.8 and Tele extended. Detail is amazing...
          Lenses used:
          Lumix/Leica 25mm 1.4
          Tokina 11-16mm
          Canon 300mm L 2.8
          Enjoy!
          Wow. Just... wow. Amazing footage. Well done!
          Jaime VallÚs
          AJV Media
          Video, Photography & Graphic Design: www.ajvmedia.com

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            #6
            Originally posted by c3hammer View Post
            Where was your moon shot taken? Did you use a mask round the edge to get rid of the heat waves before the one with all the stars?

            Here's a sample I get with a 600mm and my T3i between 1x and 3x crop zoom. It's shot out over a city of 2 million and the heat waves are massive. I need to go out on the desert on a cold winters night to try one of these properly.
            http://vimeo.com/34919397

            Currious how the extra resolution of the GH2 and the hacks might compare with that monster lens of mine?

            Cheers,
            Pete
            Moon shot was taken in eastern PA .. about 10pm on a colder night. there is a slight haze on the edge if you look close enough mimicking your haze/heat on the edge. The GH2 is better for wide shots and detail for sure. some people swear by canon but Ive also had panasonic cameras. hvx200, hpx170, hpx with redrock, and then af100 and now gh2. and couldnt be happier, gh2 has best image quality of any of them, a few trade offs being a dslr but i love the image quality so i make due.
            James Burke
            revisislander@yahoo.com
            Freelance DP/Camera OP., editor, etc.
            Always looking to collaborate. Email me
            http://vimeo.com/jamesburke



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              #7
              Originally posted by Jaime Valles View Post
              Wow. Just... wow. Amazing footage. Well done!
              THANKS! im glad you liked it. Hopefully the narrative i want to shoot turns out in a similarly amazing way.
              James Burke
              revisislander@yahoo.com
              Freelance DP/Camera OP., editor, etc.
              Always looking to collaborate. Email me
              http://vimeo.com/jamesburke



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