The HDR Effect
"One of the things I've noticed over the years with HDR is once the DP sees the look with the added range they think they may have wanted to adjust the framing. The added levels on highlights and added saturation to highlights pulls the eye around in different ways than when we have a small... Continue Reading →
Light the Talent Last!
https://youtu.be/VasxLZl4YyU While we didn't end up using the boom arm after all, the photos show how easy it is to set up with lights as compact and lightweight as the Nanlite Forzas. For counterweights, we just used a couple of Lacie Rugged RAIDs and two NPF batteries. hehe
Manual SDR Grade vs. Dolby Vision Derived SDR Version
Can industry professionals distinguish between the 'hand graded' SDR version of a Hollywood film and a Dolby Vision derived SDR version? That's the question Dolby Vision set about to answer when they went on a worldwide tour of nine cities to do an 'SDR Survey'. The cities they visited were Los Angeles, Tokyo, London, New... Continue Reading →