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CineRAW

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Shot on Canon 5d Mark III w/ Magic Lantern RAW 1.1.3
Rokinon Cine DS Lenses (35mm, 85mm, 135mm)
Recorded sound with Zoom F4
Graded in Davinci Resolve 12.5
Edited with Premiere Pro

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Re: #tbt 5d Mark III - Full Frame Magic Lantern Raw 23.976fps 1080p
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2017, 06:20:21 AM »
Very good work!!!

Muy bueno amigo. Con una tipografĂ­a diferente al final quedarĂ­a perfecto. Un saludo!

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Re: #tbt 5d Mark III - Full Frame Magic Lantern Raw 23.976fps 1080p
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2017, 06:43:23 AM »
Gracias @budafilms Agradesco tus comentarios. I'm hoping for the short film I can get someone to help with that.

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Re: #tbt 5d Mark III - Full Frame Magic Lantern Raw 23.976fps 1080p
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2017, 09:26:29 AM »
Cool. Very clean image. Are you using anamorphic lenses? On minute 1:18 the DOF seems a bit distorted, like on anamorphic footages...

CineRAW

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Re: #tbt 5d Mark III - Full Frame Magic Lantern Raw 23.976fps 1080p
« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2017, 12:18:05 AM »
@bpv5p - No. It was 35mm Rokinon Cine DS Lens. I love the clean image also but I did add a bit of grain through DaVinci Resolve.

I think the best way to add Grain to a DNG is the process below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L6zsmwTvl0

Also I used ImpulZ LUTs - Kodak 250d and 4K Film Grain
https://www.colorgradingcentral.com/impulz/

thanks for watching!

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Re: #tbt 5d Mark III - Full Frame Magic Lantern Raw 23.976fps 1080p
« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2017, 12:06:25 AM »
@bpv5p - No. It was 35mm Rokinon Cine DS Lens. I love the clean image also but I did add a bit of grain through DaVinci Resolve.

I think the best way to add Grain to a DNG is the process below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L6zsmwTvl0

Also I used ImpulZ LUTs - Kodak 250d and 4K Film Grain
https://www.colorgradingcentral.com/impulz/

thanks for watching!


Interesting. I don't like computer generated grain, because it's perfectly uniform. The beauty of analog grain is that it has differences in density through the scan and irregular grain (form and size). I myself use Cinegrain on Premiere Pro (changing blending mode and controlling intensity with contrast levels).

About the LUT, I use ImpulZ too, it's very good. But I find it better to first use a _CIN lut and then convert using the Cineon D55 LUT. It gives better preservation (at least visually).

Anyway, keep the good work! :)