CRFTSHO is at it again, spreading falsehoods about HLG, saying it uses less of the color space of the GH5 sensor than V-Log, which simply is not true. They might come across as more credible if they had the footage to back up their claims, but their ugly, blurry, poorly exposed shots of Christmas tree... Continue Reading →
Some random observations about Veydra, Fuji, Sigma and Olympus. A comment by a viewer who'd watched my YT video, 'Why Aren't More People Talking About These Lenses?' was so spot-on that I just had to share it here. These lenses will be that sort of thing where they will go unnoticed while the company is still in business.... Continue Reading →
This is not a comprehensive look at all the available cards that will work with 400Mbps ALL-I files, only the 128GB V90 cards sold by Panasonic and Angelbird. Both cards cost roughly $250.00 when I purchased them in Singapore a couple of months ago. To the best of my knowledge, the Panasonic retails for around... Continue Reading →
Here's a frame grab from the project I'm working on now - shooting models with LED lights. For those who are interested, here are screen grabs of the waveform scopes before and after applying the Leeming LUT at 100%.
In preparation for my upcoming project, shooting models with LED lights, I've been testing out my Lishuai 700RSV, a 20-inch edge light, and playing around with the new color controls in FCP X 10.4. I've gotten lots of requests to see more footage shot with the Veydras, so I'll do my best to include those... Continue Reading →
Update: See new workflow with Leeming Fixie LUT here. For those looking to work with Sony's HLG, here's the workflow. Apple has gone ahead and and released what can only be described as a humungous update for Final Cut Pro, including the ability to edit 360° video, advanced color grading tools like curves and wheels, look up... Continue Reading →
Ever since Fuji added 4K to the X-Pro2 with firmware update v.4, there's been a lot of hype about the video capabilities of the camera. But does extra resolution alone a video camera make? For one thing, unlike the more capable X-T2, in-camera sharpening and highlights/shadows cannot be adjusted while shooting UHD on the X-Pro2.... Continue Reading →