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  • First Blackmagic Pocket Cam samples in ProRes from John Brawley

    Blackmagic Pocket cinema camera ungraded ProRes 422 files.
    Shot with using Slrmagic 35mm 1.4, 7-14 Olympus 4/3, 14-35 Olympus F2
    1920x1080p25
    http://fil.io/FL5kh/Footage%20from%2...inema%20Camera

  • #2
    can't get it to load.
    http://www.erichasso.com/
    http://www.thesuspenseofdisbelief.com/

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    • #3
      More clips going up here guys.

      https://copy.com/74tnqvQo4hwM

      jb

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      • #4
        I couldn't resist grading... The footage grades beautifully, there's plenty of information to push around. Love how the highlights roll off.

        I've added a tiny bit of grain to the closeup, it's actually pretty clean without.



        juanmelara.com.au
        instagram.com/juanmelara
        twitter.com/JuanDMelara

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        • #5
          Originally posted by John Brawley View Post
          More clips going up here guys.

          https://copy.com/74tnqvQo4hwM

          jb
          all of these are shot with slr 35mm?

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          • #6
            Juan, always a pleasure to view your colour work!

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            • #7
              Tried to do a hollywood style blue/orange grade. Thanks Juan for the great tutorials.

              vimeo.com/hearnstudios/

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Juan Melara View Post
                I couldn't resist grading... The footage grades beautifully, there's plenty of information to push around. Love how the highlights roll off.

                I've added a tiny bit of grain to the closeup, it's actually pretty clean without.



                Don't like this fake grain- looks digital or like left over after noise reduction.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Andrew_HD View Post
                  Don't like this fake grain- looks digital or like left over after noise reduction.
                  It's a still, you have to see it in motion to judge it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by John Brawley View Post
                    More clips going up here guys.

                    https://copy.com/74tnqvQo4hwM

                    jb
                    Thank you for posting footage! Seeing how well this footage grades is seriously making the wait worth it.

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                    • #11
                      password: pocket


                      Using Resolve with Captain Hook Lut, then a simple White Balance in FCP X

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                      • #12
                        Here are a few shots I messed with pretty quickly in After Effects. I'll mess around with Resolve when I get the camera in my hands...

                        BMPCC Test Footage

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PeopleCanFly View Post
                          Here are a few shots I messed with pretty quickly in After Effects. I'll mess around with Resolve when I get the camera in my hands...

                          BMPCC Test Footage

                          where did you get this footage from?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by J.F.R. View Post
                            password: pocket


                            Using Resolve with Captain Hook Lut, then a simple White Balance in FCP X

                            wow! i downloaded these files yesterday only to check how will they run on my laptop(apparently i need a upgrade), and i remember how some of these looked ungraded, your grade is very nice!

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                            • #15
                              John, do you see any difference to the footage from the first time you shot with the camera an now?
                              http://www.erichasso.com/
                              http://www.thesuspenseofdisbelief.com/

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