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  1. #1 Grading for the Filmconvert competition 
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    Goal is capturing the analogue flair of film, in this case S16mm:

    http://nofilmschool.com/2014/09/capt...hy-competition













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    wow that grade looks fantastic. Which film profile on film convert are you using?
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    Those grabs look absolutely fantastic. That last Wide Shot of the pickup gives off the most filmic look IMO, but that may have to do with the light color of the greens and the blue in the sky
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    There's quite some work behind them, but I finish it with the Film Convert Kodak 5213 Vision 3 profile and the S16 grain, which brings down the resolution in a very organic way.
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    The final video is now online. You can watch it here:

    http://www.filmconvert.com/Competiti...rder_by=latest
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    Really nice grade!
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    Thanks! I'll embed it here:



    If you like it and want to vote, just follow the previous link:

    http://www.filmconvert.com/Competiti...order_by=picks

    Thanks!
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    The impure panning destroys this film for me. Grade wise and optical it is really fabulous. Good Job
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    The thing is I didn't have a rig and relied only on the lens stabilizer. Hence the rough panning.
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    Nice grading!!
    To me looks more like a "modern vintage color grading" than s16mm film stock.
    Film looks like this for example:
    http://vimeo.com/82652214
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