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Title: Full wedding shot with 5D Mark III RAW + My raw workflow
Post by: MitchLally on January 02, 2017, 05:09:46 PM
Hey guys, I recently completed another wedding film shot 98% on the 5DIII RAW MLV and a couple of shots from the 5D mark IV (4K 24p).

Here it is:
I'm all about getting the 'neutral' canon picture style look in the raw files so I also developed my own colour workflow. If you liked the way this film looked check out my tutorial on how I did that.

Here it is:
Thanks a lot for checking it out!
Title: Re: Full wedding shot with 5D Mark III RAW + My raw workflow
Post by: GutterPump on January 02, 2017, 06:39:13 PM
Very nice work and big thanks for sharing your workflow.

It's clear and very usefull.
Title: Re: Full wedding shot with 5D Mark III RAW + My raw workflow
Post by: canneloni on January 02, 2017, 11:24:13 PM
The Video is very nice and the workflow looks interesting, i will give it a try, thanks!
Title: Re: Full wedding shot with 5D Mark III RAW + My raw workflow
Post by: dariSSight on January 03, 2017, 12:01:59 AM
This video is awesome, very informative and something I've been look for the last 4 years of Magic Lantern. I'm using 5D Mark II so I'm curious what lens did you use, what the highest ISO did you use and lastly do you prefer DiVinci over Adobe Raw and AfterEffects to process into ProRes4444XQ?
Title: Re: Full wedding shot with 5D Mark III RAW + My raw workflow
Post by: ddelreal on January 03, 2017, 12:46:38 AM
Great video, thank you for this!
Title: Re: Full wedding shot with 5D Mark III RAW + My raw workflow
Post by: MitchLally on January 03, 2017, 02:00:42 AM
This video is awesome, very informative and something I've been look for the last 4 years of Magic Lantern. I'm using 5D Mark II so I'm curious what lens did you use, what the highest ISO did you use and lastly do you prefer DiVinci over Adobe Raw and AfterEffects to process into ProRes4444XQ?

Thanks! I have a tonne of lenses. 24mm 1.4 Sigma Art, 35mm 1.4L Canon, 50mm 1.8 STM Canon, 85mm 1.4 Sigma, 135mm f2 Canon and Samyang and two Canon 70-200 F4 L IS. I went all the way to 6400 ISO in the dance floor footage. I do prefer resolve for speed but After Effects for noise reduction and sharpening (also I'm a photographer and very used to ACR controls so that helps).