MP3 Download of interview 22:40 minutes If you haven’t heard, lots of folks are talking about a new SDI-based LUT box that sorta breaks the mold with regards to how LUT boxes have worked in the past. Here’s why. The Fujifilm engineers designed a physically small SDI-based LUT box to hold a 3D LUT for display profiling and calibration, but this is not your ordinary single-purpose LUT box. Fujifilm wrote their own PC and Apple display calibration software that can be used to quickly calibrate and install LUTs for a variety of purposes. Think about using DaVinci Resolve to create a test look while on set and installing that LUT into the IS-mini for preview purposes. What about networking a number of LUT boxes together on a big multi-camera shoot to manage LUTs for onsite previewing, monitor matching, and look previewing at a live event? During the interview, we also talk about the Fujifilm IS-100 Processing System that does all this. The key point is the included Fujifilm software ma
... "One of the main reasons I was interesting in varying the lenses as an effect was because in my experience the image you get out of the Ikonoskop A-Cam dII is highly-dependent on the glass you put in front of it. The image quality of some cameras seems to be limited by the sensor, with the Ikonoskop it is really only limited by the lens. So, I approached using different lenses as using different brushes. Some were sharper, some were softer, some vignette - with vintage lenses it’s all about controlled variation.
The difficulty came when it came time to grade the film. Each lens has its own unique characteristics, and responds differently under different lighting conditions. While this was my original intent, restricting the variation to an acceptable level in post-production was incredibly time consuming. I essentially had to grade the film shot, by shot, adjusting for each lenses specific quarks. I couldn’t just create a look, apply it universally to the film, and get a good result."
London, UK, 14 May 2013 – "Canon today announces the release of a new in-camera Picture Style pre-set for its range of EOS DSLRs. Created following direct feedback from video enthusiasts, the new Picture Style, called Video Camera X–series-look, enables users to capture EOS Movie footage with lower contrast levels, allowing for easier colour grading during post production processes.
Similar to that available in Canon’s range of X-series camcorders, the new Picture Style works by lowering colour saturation levels and contrast during filming. This makes it ideal for videographers during post production grading processes, especially if complementing with pre-existing footage shot with Canon’s X-series models, or alternatively for those who instantly want to add atmosphere to Full HD movies. In addition, the new Picture Style can also be applied to still images captured in RAW or JPEG formats.
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