I shot a short clip this morning using Cinelike D, exposed normally, imported it into Final Cut, and added the Leeming LUT with a -4 reduction in highlights. Which image has more accurate skin tones, in your opinion? Let me know! (1) SOOC (2) + Leeming LUT
Here’s another test of ETTR, again in available light, along with screen shots of the histograms and vector scopes. Skin tones are pretty much spot on for both the ETTR shot and the clip that has been underexposed. To my way of thinking, the vector scope is showing far greater color information in the ETTR shot, and… Read More
The short answer is ‘no’. Neat Video dramatically reduces noise in the original clip, but macroblocking is still present in YT.
I just did a very quick test with the Lumix G85 in natural light which leaves little doubt that there is greater dynamic range and less noise in the shadows when exposing to the right. Colors are a little trickier, first of all, because I’m not a professional colorist, so I couldn’t exactly match the ETTR… Read More
It took almost five ridiculously long weeks for Lee Zavitz of ZedPro Media to get V-Log for his Lumix GH5. Not that most of us need it anyway.
Lok Cheung, in his review of the GH5, perpetuates the false idea that CineLike D somehow gives awful color straight out of the camera, and that even after grading, the footage looks unnatural. Which is why I’m still at work on my next vlog about CineLike D, the best picture profile for most users. Also,… Read More
Sorry everyone for making you wait so long for my next vlog. It’ll cover CineLike D, the X-Rite ColorChecker Video Passport, Color Finale, the RodeLink Filmmaker Kit and more. So stay tuned.
Lumix G85, CineLike D, ISO 800, f/1.4. Leica DG Summilux 12mm f/1.4, SOOC. I still haven’t seen any footage from the Leica 12-60mm f/2.8-4 that touches the Leica DG Summilux 12mm f/1.4 at any aperture. This despite assertions by some reviewers that it’s just at the edges of the frame that we begin to see the… Read More
Lumix G85, ISO 400, f/2.2, Sharpening -3, NR -5. Leica DG Summilux 12mm f/1.4. Straight out of the camera.