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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Lochert View Post
    I used Resolve Studio 14's film grain OFX plugin. Set to 35mm 400T with the opacity cranked to 100% so it would survive the web compression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Fill View Post
    A few tips on how to get a similar look would
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    Thanks and man these look great.
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    Any filtration on these frames?

    For that shot of the pond, where was the focus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Battistella View Post
    Any filtration on these frames?

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    No sir. There was some light rain on the early morning DC shots. Lenses are clean of filters, but possible lens was hit with a few lite rain drops as I had a very minimal MB on the front with no flag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erich Roland View Post
    No sir. There was some light rain on the early morning DC shots. Lenses are clean of filters, but possible lens was hit with a few lite rain drops as I had a very minimal MB on the front with no flag.
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    thanks,

    found the blacks a little milky so I wanted to ask if there was a light low con in there.

    Guess its the glass and maybe just the atmosphere.

    Thanks for the frames Erich!

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    One more for the road -



    Looking at it not so much in terms of making night look like day, but how clean and colour accurate it remains in the shadows and darkness.

    Edit - And downscaling, to 4K.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Hillis View Post
    One more for the road -



    Looking at it not so much in terms of making night look like day, but how clean and colour accurate it remains in the shadows and darkness.

    Edit - And downscaling, to 4K.
    This just blows my mind.
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    Got to keep in mind, the street lights are on but there's still a fair bit of light in the sky, so it's more of a twilight shot than a dead of night one.

    The colour temperature was also more blue than 'normal', here's how it looks with nothing but the colour temp warmed up -



    I think that's a better representation of how far the scene was underexposed, without the blue cast reducing the colour detail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Hillis View Post
    Got to keep in mind, the street lights are on but there's still a fair bit of light in the sky, so it's more of a twilight shot than a dead of night one.

    The colour temperature was also more blue than 'normal', here's how it looks with nothing but the colour temp warmed up -



    I think that's a better representation of how far the scene was underexposed, without the blue cast reducing the colour detail.
    Yes this image is just about exactly what it looked like when I made this shot. Dawn, pre-sunrise.
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    Hey Erich,

    These frames look incredible. There is something truly different about this sensor that just breaks that "digital" feel. The rolloff is so nice and the color separation is the best I've seen IMHO. Question for you, I notice you have a pretty vast library of anamorphic lenses at in your catalog. Have you tried putting the lomo's on there to see how much they crop? I'm pretty new to the Vista Vision size sensors and find that I'm learning a lot. Would love to just see some examples of the lomo's and the kowa's with the Monstro as those are my favorite lenses paired with a digital sensor. Thanks for all of your contributions so far Erich. It's truly awesome to see what you've done.

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