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    That's some fantastic work Les! I've just recently used my Scarlet for stills after seeing some really nice screen grabs. I'll have to do more after seeing your work.
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    Thanks Keith. I find it's a good way to experiment and check things out image-wise without all the extra 'work' that shooting for motion requires.
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    Thanks! I haven't had the time to really push colors yet. I've applied the Menkent LUT from Lutify Me and just adjusted exposure a bit here and there. I don't have any experience with the Scarlet MX so I can't tell you wether or not it can come close by, but I guess so.



    Thanks Justin! It's almost all shot in 5k 50fps and a few in 4k 100fps. As far as I can remember then I shot 75% with the Sigma 18-35 1.8 ART and the rest with the Sigma 50 mm. 1.4 ART. I'd love to get my hands on some glass with a bit more soul one day. But I still need to get acquainted with the beast and I feel like I've only scratched the surface so far. You're right about the light. I just fooled around and relaxed during the day and ran around like a maniac for the last hour of sunlight hehe.
    Those Sigma Lenses are "really" nice with the Scarlet. I find myself using the new MFC ESSENTIAL LUTS with my Scarlet X, But I will try Lutify Me and see how well they work. Awesome footage!!!
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    Stills from a recent shooting at a Festival in Switzerland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandeep Abraham View Post
    Stills from a recent shooting at a Festival in Switzerland
    Scarlet-W with Canon 70-200 f2.8 II
    Fantastic... I especially like how the camera handled the mixed lighting in the first shot. Looks like you got three different color temps going on there. Was that IPP2?
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    This is absolutely lovely!

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    I got a little carried away but these are a few of the first I came across. Ill dig for more

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    Thanks Fahnon. No that was shot before I did the update.
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    Some clips from a photo shoot. Stills with a Leica SL. Video clips, Scarlet W.
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    Some stills from my new film, shot on Scarlet-W with Sigma Cine's.




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