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    New video I shot on my Scarlet-W, let me know what y'all think!



    https://youtu.be/K_KcCCHCwJU
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    Very fine, and complements to your cutter as well. Too many dance performances these days are butchered by tight shots and fast edits. No errors here.
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    Looks awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron K View Post
    Very fine, and complements to your cutter as well. Too many dance performances these days are butchered by tight shots and fast edits. No errors here.
    Haha thanks! I edited this as well. Appreciate it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Milgram View Post
    Haha thanks! I edited this as well.
    Then you are unusually multi-talented, Tim. Thanks for posting.
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    Looks awesome!
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    Awesome looks great congratulations
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    Thanks guys! Curious if anyone has thoughts/opinions on the coloring in particular. What you see is literally what came out of the camera, plus a tiny bit of vignette added and a couple shots brightened to match the rest of it. Curious if I could have made a substantial improvement to it by grading it. It just felt right as-is for some reason this time.
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    I think it does look a bit un-graded, but don't see that as a bad thing in this case. I think the contrast and colour of the subject-matter suits the rawness of the overall aesthetic. The sensor and lenses provide a look that could easily have been messed up, rather than enhanced, with a more heavy-handed or involved grade.

    Thanks for sharing Tim, I thought it was really well done by everyone involved.
    Last edited by Les Hillis; 12-11-2017 at 12:03 PM.
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    Great work! What kind of lighting did you use?
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