Author Topic: Promo Shot on 5D Mark III with 14 bit Compressed RAW - High ISO Night  (Read 961 times)

wangtrirat

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Hi! Folks. I deeply fused with how 5D Raw render the color in both Day and night.
My friend shot this and I colorgrade it. I'm totally embrace him to shot 5D instead of A7sll or A6500 because that cams color as sh!t.
This video was shot on 5D Mark III with some Canon glasses and high ISO.
Mostly shot on ISO 3200-6400 with some at 640.

Grading using Davinci Resolve Studio 14.3 - ACEScc Color management.
Hugely denoise and get compressed in to H.264. So the noise invisible in h.264 video.



Thanks for all comments - I keep using it until ML make mark4 record [email protected]!!!!!

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Canon 5D Mark III
Sony A7s, Sony FS7

The_bald_guy

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Re: Promo Shot on 5D Mark III with 14 bit Compressed RAW - High ISO Night
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2018, 02:28:33 PM »
Well done, did you notice any vertical stripes in 3200, 6400 iso?

wangtrirat

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Re: Promo Shot on 5D Mark III with 14 bit Compressed RAW - High ISO Night
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2018, 06:53:24 PM »
Well done, did you notice any vertical stripes in 3200, 6400 iso?

Yes, quite hard one. But denoiser and h264 compression get vanished. Quite video but pretty moody picture.
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Tyronetheterrible

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Re: Promo Shot on 5D Mark III with 14 bit Compressed RAW - High ISO Night
« Reply #3 on: February 17, 2018, 03:17:55 AM »
This is excellent work!

I am trying to achieve a somewhat similar color grade / look with a promo I shot for a client (that Nike commercial aesthetic).
I also had to resort to shooting between 3200 and 6400 ISO due to limited lighting, and had some reservations, but it's definitely reassuring seeing how great this looks!

If I may ask, did you do your sharpening during the de-noising process, or did you save that for the very end?

And when you say you compressed to h264, did you do that using the export settings in Resolve?