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International Space Station Lunar Transit 1/21/2016 by Nico Carver, on Flickr


Acquisition:
Mount: Astrotrac TT320X-AG in Lunar mode (this kept the moon roughly in the center of frame for 10 minutes as we waited,
Tripod: Manfrotto 055
Ball head: Oben 128 - caught it drifting a bit- might need a better one soon
Camera Body: Canon 5D Mark iii
Camera Lens: Canon 70-300mm f4-5.6 USM
Camera Settings: ISO 800, f9.0, 1/1000, 30 fps, Magic Lantern RAW- MLV container, 3x crop mode at 1920x1080 resolution

Processing:
Video:
Extracted raw frames (.dng) from container (MLV) using MLVFS.
Used about 50 best frames- converted them to tif using Adobe Camera Raw (also did a batch crop)
Imported frames into Registax 6 (running in Windows 7 virtual machine), aligned, stacked, and played around with wavelets to increase sharpness of craters, saved as 16-bit tif.
Imported stacked tif into Photoshop, aligned with frames where the ISS was transiting and boosted saturation.

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Share Your Videos / 5DmkIII - Resolve 12 Beta - Honor Girl Book Trailer
« on: August 06, 2015, 05:03:15 AM »
Shot this for a friend on the 5D Mark III.
Workflow:

MLV->MLVFS->Resolve

In Resolve 12 Beta:
BMD Film->Cinelog C->output proxies (FCPX Roundtrip setting)

Offline edit in FCPX -> Export XML 1.5 back to Resolve 12 for grading

This workflow was incredibly smooth.  Questions and critiques both welcome!


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Just a quick test of correcting and grading in Final Cut Pro X.  Not sure if I really need to use DaVinci Resolve?

Let me know what you think.

Thank you!

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Share Your Videos / Iceland in December- timelapse shots
« on: February 06, 2015, 06:35:46 PM »

Shot with 5Dmkiii, and Rokinon Cine lenses.  Used Magic Lantern's intervalometer, and raw histograms in most shots. A few were done with the Syrp Genie.  And there is one brief shot in an ice cave where I was using mlv_rec to record raw video.  I used the mlvrawviewer software to export to ProRes.  All the timelapse shots were minimally processed in Lightroom, then opened in After Effects as a camera raw sequence and exported ProRes 422 HQ.

I would welcome feedback, I love to learn, and have been lurking on this forum for awhile.

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