Author Topic: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps  (Read 548 times)

IDA_ML

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Hello all,

Two weeks ago I filmed with my EOS-M this video called "Miroslav's Home" for a friend of mine who lives with his family in a village in the central part of Bulgaria.  Yesterday, November 21-st, in my country, we celebrated the Day of the Christian Family, so I thought, it might be appropriate if I post the video here for those who value traditional family virtues.

Gear: EOS-M, EF 35/F2 IS, VND-filter, EF/EFS to M adapter, Ronin SC gimbal

Mode: Anamorphic 1280x2160 / 10bit lossless / 24 fps

Post processing: MLVApp (basic adjustments), export to ProRes422LT

Video Editing: DaVinci Resolve 16 Lite, final export in 1920x1080 resolution using the H264 codec

Conversion from H264 to H265 for file size reduction by a factor of 2,5 


Your comments will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2021, 02:39:24 PM »
really well done!
the visuals were great.
the only issue i spotted was some shadow halos in the shot where the woman was backlit and you lifted the shadows.  hopefully mlvapp will improve in that regard.  since you use resolve, you could have processed that shot in resolve to lift the shadows with no halos.
other than that small issue, flawless!

with regard to the editing, two small items that caught my attention (distracted me, actually)

the shot of them outside in the grape vine area showed a bunch of grapes at the end of the shot in the upper left corner of the frame.  i was waiting for a focus pull to the grapes!

the first camera walking shot of the father and son began too early in the source footage.  there was a second or so before he began to walk and it feels awkward.  better maybe to cut straight to the scene in motion?

small points.  nice work!

IDA_ML

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2021, 01:26:01 AM »
Thanks a lot, 70MM13!  I am still learning and your comments are very helpful and most wecome.

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2021, 02:20:35 AM »
I can't see the video..

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #4 on: November 23, 2021, 06:39:55 AM »
Check your browser settings or use a different browser. Working fine here.

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #5 on: November 23, 2021, 10:11:30 AM »
Check your browser settings or use a different browser. Working fine here.

I used different browser then I noticed that vimeo is blocked in my country..  ::)

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #6 on: November 23, 2021, 11:43:02 AM »
I used different browser then I noticed that vimeo is blocked in my country..  ::)

For viewers from countries that do not allow Vimeo, here is a download link:

https://we.tl/t-NbXscDtnOT

It will be active in the next 7 days.  File size is 414 MB.

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #7 on: November 24, 2021, 04:05:05 AM »
For viewers from countries that do not allow Vimeo, here is a download link:

https://we.tl/t-NbXscDtnOT

It will be active in the next 7 days.  File size is 414 MB.

thanks.. I've just download and watched it.. nice video!
I saw the skin tone a bit yellowish in some scene but overall is nice.. 

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Re: "Miroslav's Home" - EOS-M, anamorphic 1280x2160/10 bit lossless/24 fps
« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2021, 02:15:22 PM »
That smile on baby's face worth more than anything else! Good job.
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