Author Topic: Portrait: Torsten Stoll - Wohin die Wellen tragen (german)  (Read 2972 times)

heavygrafix

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Portrait: Torsten Stoll - Wohin die Wellen tragen (german)
« on: October 28, 2014, 09:07:40 PM »
Hi ML-Community,

i´am plessed to show you our latest work.
The german actor Torsten Stoll talks about life´s progress, acting and waves.
hope you´ll enjoy it.


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heavygrafix

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Re: Portrait: Torsten Stoll - Wohin die Wellen tragen (german)
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2014, 08:48:18 PM »
i reuploaded the video in better quality. also 1080p now

Awardeo nominated this Video for the video of the week. If you like it, you can vote here, i´d be happy:

http://www.awardeo.tv/video/102102112/5450a114521e692f6749cb8c
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jrcreative

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Re: Portrait: Torsten Stoll - Wohin die Wellen tragen (german)
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2014, 07:53:36 PM »
I really like the look you have for the interview. Can you go into more about how you achieved it? I'm specifically interested in the interview at 7:09.

Thanks,
J

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Re: Portrait: Torsten Stoll - Wohin die Wellen tragen (german)
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2014, 10:27:31 PM »
I shot the Interview using ETTR for Exposure, lighting was available light + reflektor (and the mirror offered nice illumination). i used the LOG Camera Profil in Adobe Camera RAW, then pulled down highlights, whits and the exposure, i also increased the color-dynamic, while pulling down the saturation. After ACR i used the Kodac LOG2HD Color Look Up Table to get back nice natural contrast and color. The Grading methods i use: push the white balance to a warmer color, while lowering (only with curves) the reds midtones, pushing the blues midtones and adjusting the blackpoint to something like 10% blue. with the green curves u can add some look, adding contrast to it. After all i added filmgrain.

in some shots i use neatvideo to either denoise or sharpen (or both) the image (both tools are very great). but in this Shot i simply use an unsharp-mask

hope, i could help you.
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