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rungunshoot

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Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« on: February 15, 2014, 05:08:42 PM »
I've been using the 5dmkIII raw for some commercial work in Dubai.  Here's a video I made in my spare time showcasing the region's many visual contrasts, highlighting people and places I don't often see in other travelogues.


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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2014, 05:12:37 PM »
Beautiful images! Colors are not overdone but still very vibrant.
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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #2 on: February 15, 2014, 05:57:54 PM »
Beautiful images! Colors are not overdone but still very vibrant.

Thanks! I've been struggling a bit with the vimeo upload...I think it darkened the colors a little.  But yes, I was trying to keep it overall realistic looking.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #3 on: February 15, 2014, 06:38:37 PM »
VERY NICE!!!!
Well done bro!This is top stuff.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #4 on: February 15, 2014, 09:42:24 PM »
A very nice piece of work, well done.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2014, 01:30:57 AM »
very nice! liked the feel of it. all the little dollies, did you use some support or just handheld it and then stabilized?

i did something similar, but didn't focus on people. thoroughly enjoyed this.

i wonder how you've convinced people to go for raw in dubai. so far everyone is scared, and keeps preferring that i shoot on the fs700

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #6 on: February 17, 2014, 01:46:31 AM »
Beautiful !!!

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #7 on: February 17, 2014, 02:05:29 AM »
Awesome!

How did you stabilize the shots (stabilizer, jigs?).

The editing and composition is by far the best I have seen. This is tru genius.

Could you also please throw some light on your workflow. A tut video for all noobs like me will be appreciated.

Great work. Hope to see more from you.

Edit: visited your Vimeo page - and am now a follower. It is funny, only the other day I mentioned to a friend how I found the philip bloom way of editing somewhat contrary to my sense of appeal. His composition and storyline is brilliant but the edit style is a bit patchy for my liking. My personal opinion. However, it was difficult for me to explain to my friend what I meant and what is it that I wanted to see differently.

Now, I have your content to show him! It is like the missing link.

Your website rungunshoot.com has a lot of informational stuff. Will go through the content in the coming days to learn.

Thank you again.
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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #8 on: February 17, 2014, 05:11:54 AM »
very nice! liked the feel of it. all the little dollies, did you use some support or just handheld it and then stabilized?

i did something similar, but didn't focus on people. thoroughly enjoyed this.

i wonder how you've convinced people to go for raw in dubai. so far everyone is scared, and keeps preferring that i shoot on the fs700

Hi, thanks! Everything was handheld and stabilized in post.  Most of the lenses I were using were unstabilized (Rokinon cine lenses) so I just relied on FCP X's internal stabilizer and Lock & Load's stabilizer to smooth out the jitters.

As for convincing people to go for raw...I'm working with a young team at a progressive creative agency.  They trust me.  If the raw fails, it's my ass, but so far so good.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #9 on: February 17, 2014, 05:15:06 AM »
Awesome!

How did you stabilize the shots (stabilizer, jigs?).

The editing and composition is by far the best I have seen. This is tru genius.

Could you also please throw some light on your workflow. A tut video for all noobs like me will be appreciated.

Great work. Hope to see more from you.

Edit: visited your Vimeo page - and am now a follower. It is funny, only the other day I mentioned to a friend how I found the philip bloom way of editing somewhat contrary to my sense of appeal. His composition and storyline is brilliant but the edit style is a bit patchy for my liking. My personal opinion. However, it was difficult for me to explain to my friend what I meant and what is it that I wanted to see differently.

Now, I have your content to show him! It is like the missing link.

Your website rungunshoot.com has a lot of informational stuff. Will go through the content in the coming days to learn.

Thank you again.

Thank you!  Everything was shot handheld and stabilized in post.  I'm planning a blog post with details on workflow, but it was basically: Convert RAW to DNG via Rawmagic, import into Resolve, fix white balance and set gamma to BMD Film, export ProRes 422.  Then edit and color correct/grade in FCP X using the native tools plus some plugins like Apply LUT and TKY Highlight and Shadow (for tonal correction).

Glad you like the editing style! I try to keep the pace brisk, even if I'm editing fairly static footage. It's a movie after all, and movies should move.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #10 on: February 18, 2014, 05:41:18 AM »
Hi, thanks! Everything was handheld and stabilized in post.  Most of the lenses I were using were unstabilized (Rokinon cine lenses) so I just relied on FCP X's internal stabilizer and Lock & Load's stabilizer to smooth out the jitters.

As for convincing people to go for raw...I'm working with a young team at a progressive creative agency.  They trust me.  If the raw fails, it's my ass, but so far so good.

awesome. which agency?

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #11 on: February 18, 2014, 10:13:54 PM »
They're called Team LMTD (teamlmtd.com)

3-year old social media agency that just started doing commercial production.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #12 on: March 09, 2014, 10:34:48 AM »
Beautiful work.

Where is that Carom Board place exactly. I've been looking ages for one.

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Re: Travel in Dubai and Oman: 5dmkIII raw
« Reply #13 on: March 25, 2014, 01:41:40 AM »
Awesome work!! this got me using magic lantern raw again, did some test's on the weekend as I mainly shoot concerts for artist around the place, sad thing is night time footage always gets banding so easily in really dark environments with youtube//vimeo compression.

so i planned on battling this with uploading a DNxHD version, it kind of worked but not severely...do you mind sharing your settings for upload to vimeo // youtube to keep quality :)