Colours of Melbourne

Colours of Melbourne
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Hi everyone. This time I got a chance to grade material by Blackmagic Production Camera 4K (I got it from Blackmagic Design Official web site). I used my favourite Kodak 2383 LUT while Color Grading views of Melbourne. What can I say, so. First of all it is prores 422. According to my experience you should so much care about your picture white shooting if you decide to do it in prores. No chance to make a mistake. But I’m lucky, shooting material I got is very good. I liked the color behaviour in darks, I liked as well dynamic range of this camera material. Image is plastic. I didn’t use any masks or keying in my grade saying of final look but I got some experimental colour extractions and keying results are very well as for me, pretty noiseless and clear.

Summing my message wanna say I really liked to work with BMPC 4K material even if it is prores when there is a speak about Post Production. Just only night shooting I’d prefer to be RAW. And you are welcome to see the result of my Color Grading of BMPC 4K. It’s “Colours of Melbourne” for your attention. Enjoy!

 

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

  • Colours of Melbourne

    Colours of Melbourne

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