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Results for: "understanding color contrast master primes and ultra primes"
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Choosing the make of the lenses you use on a project is one of many ways to create a look. The quality and characteristics of a lens add to the flavor of the image, and is one of the many ways to impart your look as a DP. It's one of my favorite choices a DP can make on a project: which make of lenses will I use for this specific project?
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Back in January, Juliet wrote a fairly extensive post explaining the process of getting HFR recording working on your Sony F55 or F5. It's a great feature that many people are excited about, but a common question that pops up is, "Why can't I use LUTs when shooting in the HFR mode?" LUTs can definitely make your life easier when shooting in S-Log, so Alister Chapman has found an interesting workaround over on XDCam-User.
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Many productions today consider the archiving of acquisition media something to be dealt with after completion of the work. Other projects consider the backing up of original data onto additional hard drives as their archive. These, however, do not utilize the organizational and long-term advantages of a proper archival system.
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At AbelCine we hold a lot of events aimed at helping still photographers move into the world of cinematography or add video to their creative tool kit. These "Stills To Motion" events are focused on the art of cinema, as well as the latest camera technology. At one such event, we discussed the RAW and Log modes in the Canon EOS C500, as well as the wide cinema gamut found in the camera. Many of the photographers in the room weren't as familiar with these concepts and asked that we translate the terminology into something they could better understand.
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If you've been following my HD Formats series (Video Formats, Bit Depth & Bit Rate), this blog should help clarify a couple more of those words and numbers we see associated with HD video formats.
Tech News
ARRI has announced their new Master Grips, a set of flexible, ergonomic handgrips with a rich feature set for camera and lens control.
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I stopped by the Arri booth once again, this time to talk with Thorsten Meywald, Product Manager Lenses, about their new line of Master Anamorphic lenses.
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Cartoni was nice enough to stop by a few days ago with their new Master Mk2 Fluid Head, so I decided to give it a thorough once-over.
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The new Ki Pro Ultra Plus builds on the legacy of the Ki Pro product line, and today I'm taking a closer look at this multi-channel, multi-format recorder and player with a ton of new features.