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  • #16
    Originally posted by John Brawley View Post
    It's amazing that the "overexposed" comments keep coming up but it's what I've found to be the best way to get the most DR. It's just that people have an immediate reaction to the default look. It's all about how you choose to expose though.

    Frank you mentioned yesterday though you preferred to "starve" the sensor. Do you still feel the same ?

    JB
    I don't think 'overexposed' means the same these days as what it did 10 years ago. But you must admit a lot of these shots look pretty bright. Obviously they are not actually overexposed because all the info is there. It's brilliant how much room in the highlights there is.

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    • #17
      The two I posted were pretty spot on for exposure. Didn't have to bring them down.

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      • #18
        Raw Magic Little grading with anamorphic cropping.

        Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
        Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
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        • #19
          WOW!! Can't believe what i saw. Highlight recovery is just amazing! It really feels like an Alexa soul in a 3k USD body

          Thanks for these Frank.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Jorge De Silva View Post
            Raw Magic Little grading with anamorphic cropping.
            Mmm. Moody. Feels like an alien movie. Like! (sci-fi fan here)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by nickjbedford View Post
              Mmm. Moody. Feels like an alien movie. Like! (sci-fi fan here)
              Im trying to push the recovering highlights to have a dramatic look love this moods....
              Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
              Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Washington Irving View Post
                I don't think 'overexposed' means the same these days as what it did 10 years ago. But you must admit a lot of these shots look pretty bright. Obviously they are not actually overexposed because all the info is there. It's brilliant how much room in the highlights there is.
                They look bright. But they aren't when you're looking at the back of the camera. It's only how they are being displayed in te RAW viewer.

                JB

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                • #23
                  I'm wanting this camera more and more. The grading alone is addictive. lol.
                  BMC-Grade-1.jpg

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                  • #24
                    They grade really well indeed, but this is 100% view without sharpening:
                    soft1

                    Was this maybe slightly out of focus? What lens did you use, Frank?
                    BMCC - Sony HVR-Z7 - Nikon D7100

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Felix View Post
                      They grade really well indeed, but this is 100% view without sharpening:
                      soft1

                      Was this maybe slightly out of focus? What lens did you use, Frank?
                      We have to remeber that this is motion.. not stills. A Frame... wind or motion can cause that too.
                      Jorge De Silva - Photography & Filmmaking
                      Personal Quote: "We should always learn from others! Life always teaches us something! Sharing is the key!"
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                      • #26
                        just played with the files , its amazing the amount of detail that is in those dng files , it really feels like editing a raw still
                        highlight recovery and shadows is just out of this world

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by mhood View Post
                          As beautiful as the RAW is, I will still be forced (by my situation) to shoot either ProRes or DNx. Any hints as to how any of this RAW workflow translates to ProRes and DNxHD? Are the same NDAs that are blocking ProRes samples also stopping the posting of DNxHD footage?
                          It's quite different. The ProRes LOG images will look grey and low contrast until they're corrected. Probably best to refer to John's earlier post with sample JPEGs still quite gradable:

                          http://johnbrawley.wordpress.com/201...-little-tease/

                          No idea on the NDA front though. They might not be able to talk about the NDA itself.
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                          • #28
                            thanks for the DNGs Frank

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                            • #29
                              Oh man look at all the detail in those clouds! *drool*

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Felix View Post
                                They grade really well indeed, but this is 100% view without sharpening:
                                soft1

                                Was this maybe slightly out of focus? What lens did you use, Frank?
                                Problem was, I couldn't barely see what I'm doing - the screen is quite reflective and I forgot the sun shield.
                                An EVF would have been mandatory in that situation.
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