by Johnnie Behiri | 4th March 2016
Update: Head to our latest Sony a6300 reviews: lowlight test done by Nino and a comprehensive lab test done by Sebastian. Grading is tricky. In fact, it is an artform in itself. In my original a6300 article, I graded the footage to my liking and although I supplied a link to an ungraded version (which was downloaded hundreds of times), I kept hearing concerns from some of our followers about the low contrast grade I did. This morning, James Miller, a friend and colleague of mine whose Deluts I used for grading my original piece stepped in. He sent me 4 LUTS which were created specifically for that project and this camera. Please feel free to download those LUTs from here and grade the footage to your liking. The above video was re-graded very quickly using one of those very LUTs. Once again, thank you to everybody who watched and commented on the original film link. Camera picture profile used in this video: S-Log 2. Shot mostly on 800 native ISO, Edited on Adobe Premiere CC latest edition. Here you can find additional LUTs by James Miller (DELUTS) Music by musicbed. Title used : Your Favorite Song by Katrina Stone A huge thank you to Katharina Almer and Cornelia Rimser for allowing me to document a day in their professional life. Please support them in finding a sponsor for their sportive activity!Read more
by Richard Lackey | 17th February 2016
DEADPOOLDeadpool (Ryan Reynolds) pounces on an adversary.Photo Credit: Joe LedererTM & © 2015 Marvel & Subs. TM and © 2015 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved. Not for sale or duplication. At long last Adobe seems to have found a crack in Hollywood’s historically Avid-centric skin. Here are some free Deadpool handheld camera presets from Jarle Leirpoll. It seems David Fincher’s choice to cut Gone Girl on Premiere Pro may have been the key influencing factor for both the Coen Brothers and Deadpool director Tim Miller’s choice in NLE this time around. Johnny Elwyn’s recent write-up, Editing Deadpool and Hail, Caesar! in Premiere Pro, is a great read with some insightful interviews of how this took place. Pro Video Coalition also recently published ART OF THE CUT on cutting “DEADPOOL” with Premiere Pro CC. While you’re reading all that, you can download Jarle Leirpoll’s free handheld camera presets (direct download here) which were created for Deadpool. The presets let you simulate handheld camera movement on a locked off shot in your Premiere Pro timeline, something which could be very useful indeed. Contents, Jarle’s Deadpool Handheld Camera Presets For any footage Handheld Camera – Long Lens Handheld Camera – Small Camcorder Handheld Camera – Somewhat Steady For over-sized footage Handheld Camera – More Movement Handheld Camera – More Movement Smooth Handheld Camera – More Movement, Smoothest Handheld Camera – Lots of MovementRead more
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