Filip Zamorsky

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  1. I keep these charts on my disk 😃
  2. THE ART OF COLOR ACCORDING TO DIOR http://www.wmagazine.com/gallery/a-look-inside-the-art-of-color-according-to-dior/all
  3. I remember I saw this video few months ago. This is the reason I have been waiting for new Mac just to see if they will kill Thunderbolt or no. There were such rumors that time. New MacBook Pro has four Thunderbolt3 ports - it means, there is no reason to hook everything up on one single Thunderbolt port. As I said before I would prefer to have good old tower with cooling instead of thin laptop. But as you can see in this video, the future is here already =)
  4. I would prefer the old good tower too. But what can we do? I am really sorry, but I can't work with Windows. "Thunderbolt 1 is up to 85-percent performance and Thunderbolt 2 is up to 97-percent performance." (GPU performance - not bad, I would say...) This is a screenshot from their FAQ page:
  5. And one more thing you will need in the near future =) http://www.macrumors.com/2016/11/03/owc-debuts-13-port-thunderbolt-3-dock/
  6. This is the news I have been waiting for... http://nofilmschool.com/2016/11/bizonbox-3-thunderbolt-3-gpu-expander
  7. And another web page: http://thecolorsofmotion.com/films
  8. I have found interesting page showing color palletes from famous movies: http://digitalsynopsis.com/design/cinema-palettes-famous-movie-colors/
  9. I would say that the most important thing is to have all footage colormanaged. This way all clips could be properly converted to another color space. If the small gamut color space is converted into larger one, all colors should stay as they are. If larger color space gets converted into smaller one, the most saturated colors are "moved" into that smaller space. But it usually means, that your footage will remain almost same, in the case you don't have pure red, green or blue color in there. Green is usually the most affected color. You can imagine someone wearing green reflective safety jacket, for example.
  10. Unfortunately, I don't have this one. I use Fusion and Resolve. But I would say that Baselight should have similar tools?
  11. Here is another frequency separation tutorial (PART 1 - pls scroll down) In Depth: Skin Retouching Part 1: Digital Makeup http://www.toolfarm.com/blog/entry/skin In Depth: Skin Retouching Part 2: The Plug-ins http://www.toolfarm.com/blog/entry/in_depth_skin_retouching_part_2_the_plug_ins In Depth: Skin Retouching Part 3: More Plug-ins + Tutorials http://www.toolfarm.com/blog/entry/skin3 In Depth: Skin Retouching Part 4: DaVinci Resolve http://www.toolfarm.com/blog/entry/indepth-skin4-resolve
  12. I have found another beauty retouching video: https://area.autodesk.com/blogs/discreetuk/beauty-retouching-in-smoke