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  • #2
    Simply beautiful work, Gary.

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    • #3
      wow! really great! love how you go back and forth and up and down with the camera. Are you using like a slider? And like tilting up and down? The in and out of focus motif really works well here. amazing. I could watch that stuff all day! The color palette reminds me of storraro's work in the conformist and willis compositions like from klute and manhattan. I mean you totally put yer own stamp on this stuff. Where can a fella see more of yer work???? Thanks for posting!!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by kevin baggott View Post
        The color palette reminds me of storraro's work in the conformist
        Actually, I was trying to reach the divide between Storraro's Dick Tracy and Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist myself.

        and willis compositions like from klute and manhattan.
        I appreciate the comparison, but, frankly, I prefer Willis' compositioning more in The Devil's Own and The Godfather Part III.

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        • #5
          What camera was this shot on?
          Tom Majerski
          Cinematographer / Photographer / CGI Artist / Filmmaker

          http://www.TetraGrade.com
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tom View Post
            What camera was this shot on?
            Hey Tom, this was shot on the original C100.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gary Huff View Post
              Hey Tom, this was shot on the original C100.
              How did you find grading it?

              I have graded quite a bit of c300 stuff but not much c100.



              Also - Its probably worth mentioning that this was shot on a c100 in the title - as the footage section of the website is usually dedicated to footage from the Blackmagic cams.
              Last edited by Tom; 09-08-2015, 06:35 AM.
              Tom Majerski
              Cinematographer / Photographer / CGI Artist / Filmmaker

              http://www.TetraGrade.com
              http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5157752/

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              • #8
                I rarely ever use the internal files. 95% of the time I'm shooting out to ProRes HQ, and I haven't had any issues grading that, and especially with C-log. Given that shooting out to a recorder means I get 8-bit dithered to 10 4:2:2 and then around 170Mbps at 1080, I would think that it would be even more robust than the C300s internal MPEG-2 4:2:2 at 50Mbps.

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                • #9
                  I can't get yer work out of my head! Where can a fella see more? Do you have a link to any narrative stuff - I bet you really slay that kind of material?
                  Like any cool horror stuff Gary?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kevin baggott View Post
                    I can't get yer work out of my head! Where can a fella see more? Do you have a link to any narrative stuff - I bet you really slay that kind of material?
                    Like any cool horror stuff Gary?
                    Kevin, you're nothing but a troublemaker and should be banned - for beating me to this!

                    All kidding aside, this video felt a little confining to me: I watched it once all the way through and then scrubbed through it a second time and couldn't find anything wider than a tight 2-shot. Considering there is camera movement in every shot made all these tight shots feel disorienting. Would have liked to see a locked-down medium wide shot once in a while to help ground the scene.

                    Also, many dolly shots (slider?) had panning in them too, and often had some out-of-focus object in the foreground passing back and forth through the frame in the same shot. Parallax is very effective, but when the blurred foreground object moves back and forth (changes direction) in the frame in a single shot it can be a little disorienting.

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                    • #11
                      Yer wrong UTR! This man is a genius! You ask him - he'll tell ya!

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                      • #12
                        Solid work, as usual Mr. Huff. Now if we can work on those bedside manners, lol.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by misterkofa View Post
                          Solid work, as usual Mr. Huff. Now if we can work on those bedside manners, lol.
                          If I had to pick between poor beside manners and going absolutely nutzoid every time someone doesn't praise everything I do, I think I'll take the former!

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                          • #14
                            Well in those bedside manners I would certainly think there's a place for when giving feedback - no know the difference between - leveling with someone and trying to level them.

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                            • #15
                              So C100 no black magic ?

                              BLACKMAGIC CAMERA/ Footage / Frames "Peace' Music Video

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