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  2. Marc Fisher

    Bleach Bypass Tutorial

    Nice quick tutorial. sweet and to the point. Easy to understand and not too heavy on Color jargon.
  3. THE KODAK 2383 LUT REBUILT AS A RESOLVE POWERGRADE Juan Melara show you how to rebuild the Kodak 2383 LUT as a Resolve PowerGrade
  4. Mark

    Interview with Maxine Gervais

    I'd love to have seen her panel with Jet, and the demo afterwards. Did anyone here attend?
  5. Yes that was exactly what i meant.
  6. You're talking about base grade here? I think a important point is that the tone curve is tweaked in Lab, so even if the curve becames quite flat at some areas, it doesn't affect the color. The same curve in RGB would gray out those flat areas.
  7. After hands on demo it actually feels more easy to grade in Baselight. Once you get the UI and do not get scared all the color science bits it seems actually easier to use to get your results faster. I think parts of it comes with frequency separation in cases where you do not need to fiddle with keys and such much. One demo shot was exactly that, a guy on the snow with sunset and it could be adjusted in very few steps without any masking involved. Seems extremely powerful.
  8. Yesterday
  9. Andrew Bode

    Flanders 240 vs 250

    It's not your memory. The OLED panels are apparently in short supply, hence the price hike. If you have an AM250 or CM250 you can also upgrade the electronics to DM250 for $4000.
  10. Nicolas Hanson

    Interview with Maxine Gervais

    https://ibc.gallery.video/ibctv/detail/videos/ibctv-interviews-–-full/video/5835518663001/ibc2018-full-interview-with-maxine-gervais-technicolor?autoStart=true
  11. That bit seesm so much more clear in Baselight as all communication is done in stops and not in some "random" numbers.
  12. Last week
  13. Nicolas Hanson

    Greens in skintones headache

    Use the offset wheel to dial in the color balance and use the skin tone as the reference of interest. That works 99% of the times.
  14. Stef Colosi

    Flanders 240 vs 250

    Is my memory failing me or has the RRP for the FSI DM250 recently (ie in the last 2 months) gone from $8000 to $25,000?!?
  15. Mazze

    Blackmagic RAW just announced

    We‘ve done a first implementation in SCRATCH. Needs a bit more polishing/finetuning, but is generally working :-).
  16. Tom Evans

    Greens in skintones headache

    Use the tint control to bring it back to balance The tint control operates on the green/magenta axis.
  17. Hi Emily. I will like to ask, why do you think there is always green colour latching onto skin tones after a colour balance, and when you try to take it out it becomes too or quite red or magenta. Any prevention ideas, apart from creating a key, because it's not practical all the time. Any professional approach, or required mode of operation while approaching an image. Thanks for the education in advance. 

     

    Hi Emily

  18. Is it just me? Why is there always green latching onto skin tones after a colour balance, and when you try to take it out it becomes too or quite red or magenta. Any prevention ideas, apart from creating a key, because it's not practical all the time. Any professional approach, or required mode of operation while approaching an image. Thanks for the education in advance.
  19. Emily Haine

    Blackmagic RAW just announced

    BlackMagic Design just announced Blackmagic Raw - https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicursaminipro/blackmagicraw ..."easier to use and much better quality than popular video format". Interesting statement. EM
  20. A typical normal exposure would be around 0.4-0.45, darker shots would be 0.2 - 0.3. But there are a few different methods of how to set the exposures and ranges in a grade.
  21.  Still From Dano Fit TVC.......

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  22. Sam Gilling

    Film Stock LUTS

    These are old Lustre DI LUTs that I've had some luck with in the past.
  23. Alex Winker

    TVC Color grading breakdown #1

    What is the first step in these videos? Is it a logC to Rec 709 LUT or a specific print LUT? Looks like Resolve's Kodak print LUT, but just was curious!
  24. Earlier
  25. Sjors Krebbeks

    Test

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  26. Luca Di Gioacchino

    Interesting comparison of color results on different platforms

    Thanks, Jussi. Just trying to learn, is all. What specific numbers do you set them to, if I can ask?
  27. Mark

    HDR calibration monitor

    Pretty much what Andy says; if you're only delivering Rec709 at the moment then calibrate for that (unless you have lots of time to kill) If you're doing a variety of deliverables and can save presets into your monitor then calibrate accordingly but only work in the relevant preset to what you're being asked to deliver. Its an oldie but a goodie when i say its always good to check that your monitor is in the right settings before you start grading, many a good colourist (inc myself) has learnt that the hard way! LOL
  28. Peter

    Film Stock LUTS

    There's a lot of LUTS available, both free and paid. Many claim to be accurate but does anyone know which are the closest to emulating actual film stocks? Resolve has it's 'film look' LUTS for Kodak and Fuji. When shooting with film, there is both the camera negative stock itself and then print stock to consider. I'd love to hear any thoughts people have.
  29. Not a stupid question Usually I set it where the mid gray is, and keep the same range settings for the whole scene. If the pivot is set to same region, then the contrast control and the log shadows / highlights work together nicely.
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