Author Topic: Poppy Fields and Models shot Entirely with Canon 5d 3 RAW and DJI Ronin  (Read 2925 times)

blainesuque

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Hey Everyone!
Below is a new video i shot in the Poppy Fields of Landcaster, all with my Canon 5d 3 RAW and a DJI Ronin (first time user)

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Shot at 60fps / 1600 X 536
Converted to Cinelog in ACR
in After Effects , Created log masters to 1920 X 1080 with the Cinelog C profile . Exported as Prores 4444XQ.
Edited in Premier and Graded with the Cinelog universal Full grade LUT

Let me know what you guys think!


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DeafEyeJedi

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Love it... was the Cinelog univeral Full grade LUT the only one applied in this on top of the Cinelog?

Thanks for sharing @blainesuque & which lens did you use for this gig?
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beauchampy

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Love it. I was just thinking about shooting 60p on my new Came 7800 (taking it to Peru tomorrow) and I think stretching 1600 to 1920 is a great compromise for having longer record times. I think I will do it now I have seen your footage. Thanks for sharing! Great work!

blainesuque

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Love it... was the Cinelog univeral Full grade LUT the only one applied in this on top of the Cinelog?

Thanks for sharing @blainesuque & which lens did you use for this gig?



Yes , this was the only lut applied on top of the log masters. No adjustments made except a white balance adjustment via the Fast color corrector with in Premire effect tab. Thank you! loving the results!

blainesuque

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Love it... was the Cinelog univeral Full grade LUT the only one applied in this on top of the Cinelog?

Thanks for sharing @blainesuque & which lens did you use for this gig?

Yes , this was the only lut applied on top of the log masters. No adjustments made except a white balance adjustment via the Fast color corrector with in Premire effect tab. The lens i used was a Canon 17-40mm .  Thank you! loving the results!