Part I: Project settings Part II: Color correction Part III: HDR Palette, project render settings Part IV: HDR to SDR Conversion LUT for YouTube Part V: RAW Part VI: The Grade Part VII: Addendum Part VIII: The State of HDR Film Emulation LUTs & Plugins Part IX: Why HDR Production Monitors Matter From time to time, we'll provide further clarification about the Resolve... Continue Reading →
Buying the latest and greatest is seriously tempting, but is it really worthwhile? Going from the MeFoto RoadTrip to a Gitzo carbon fiber tripod; from the a7 III to the a7s III; from the Shogun Inferno to the Ninja V; and from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone 12 Pro Max: those were all substantial... Continue Reading →
A few appallingly rude, ignorant forum members over at DPReview prompted me to shoot a clip at ISO 160 - only to discover that it looks perfect, with great colors, pleasing skin tones, good contrast and detail, and low noise. In a pinch, if I didn't have an ND filter, I wouldn't hesitate to use... Continue Reading →
Nokishita has leaked images of the Sony 50mm f/1.2 GM. Cost: $2,198.00. If the 135mm GM, 24mm GM, 35mm GM and 20mm G are any indication, this should be a killer lens!
According to sonyalpharumors: Now we know the reason why the Sony 35mm f/1.4 GM lens shipment start has been delayed. Sony Hong Kong notified that the early batch of lenses may have an issue with the ornament plate. Those lenses will now be repaired for free. Here is the press text: — Notice to Owners... Continue Reading →
If you use your LG OLED as a grading monitor, few things are as infuriating as having the apps launcher pop up every time you get ready to work on a project. I believe my television started behaving like that with the latest firmware update, not sure. Anyhow, here's how to immobilize the dreaded apps... Continue Reading →
A DPReview forum member who goes by the user name of iirrbloss writes: Got a newsletter from Atomos saying they're working on FX3-support with wb/iso-support in FCPX. It's almost like they're mocking those who bought the A7SIII. Technically it should be the same firmware fix for both FX3 and A7SIII as the internals are the... Continue Reading →
Part I: Project settings Part II: Color correction Part III: HDR Palette, project render settings Part IV: HDR to SDR Conversion LUT for YouTube Part V: RAW Part VI: The Grade Part VII: Addendum Part VIII: The State of HDR Film Emulation LUTs & Plugins Part IX: Why HDR Production Monitors Matter Of the 300-odd new items introduced with the release of DaVinci... Continue Reading →