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Some grabs from the short I shot this weekend (URSA/Tokina)

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  • JeanKavanagh
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    Hey Frank,

    This is beautiful work, I love the mood and atmosphere you where able to create. I don't know the story but i'm sure you lighting serve the story very well.

    Surely contrast, color, ratio are key componants that you nailed, but ultimatly it's about story telling so i would be curious to see this short film so I can better appreciate your work.

    congrats!

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  • david evans
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    LOL, those log files have more of a filmic look than many final graded shots I've seen

    Frank, why did you choose to have CTBs instead of tungstens? Was it daylight in those scenes? So you WB'd to 5200k, but you kept the practicals at 3200k right?

    EDIT

    Sorry, instead of 5200k, i meant 5600.
    Last edited by david evans; 11-09-2016, 09:36 AM.

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    Yup

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  • jambredz
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    All about those ratios. Very nice. Do you monitor with the same LUT on set?

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    I did most of the look with lighting. Post is just a bit curve tweaking on a Kodak LUT - really simple, and straight forward.

    On the right side is the LOG, straight out of the camera, left side is the preliminary grade.

    BEFAF.jpg
    Last edited by Frank Glencairn; 11-09-2016, 04:10 AM.

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  • david evans
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    Fantastic work, Frank! That is the kind of work that inspire people like myself to try and do better every day.

    Could you guide us a bit on the grading process? Did you just balance the image and apply your InstantC LUT or was it more complicated than that? Any special care on the skintones?

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    Haha, one of the best compliments I ever got - thanks.

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  • Liam
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    This makes me hate you and my camera, but everything you've done has generally made me feel that way hahaha.

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  • DPStewart
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    No that's ok Frank.. I know you know it. You're in control of your craft. You KNOW when you're rockin' it. It's what gives the high that keeps you pushing for better and better.

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    Originally posted by DPStewart View Post
    Frank....

    You frikkin' ROCK.
    I know....

    just kidding, thanks for your warm words guys

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  • DPStewart
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    Frank....

    You frikkin' ROCK.

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    Just an availability thing

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  • keithlango
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    Curious as to the choice for CTB gel'd tungsten units over HMIs. Just an availability thing?

    I love the use of the practicals. And haze. Haze is like making a canvas to paint light on. So good.

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  • Frank Glencairn
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    I can at least post some before (LOG straight out of the camera)/after pics

    Originally posted by Abstrak View Post
    T.. did you use any diffusion? Is it hard to find its a certain type right supposed to be F2.6/2.8?
    No diffusion on the lens, I shot mostly at f4.0 - organic enough in my book. IMHO pretty much a "buttersharp" sweet spot of that lens.
    I have the F2.6/2.8, but the F2.8 should be very close.
    As far as I know, it has a different coating, that flares a bit less.
    Last edited by Frank Glencairn; 11-08-2016, 07:53 AM.

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  • AdamL
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    Any DNGs available? i'm so jealous of that lighting!

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