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  1. #1 Music video shot on BMPCC 
    Let me know what you guys think! Shot with Takina wide and Tamron zooms with speedbooster.

    https://youtu.be/RnNb_S4MqWY
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    That was nice!

    I really liked the outdoor scenes. They have a very classic 1960's movie feel to them - which is hard to describe, but you got it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    That was nice!

    I really liked the outdoor scenes. They have a very classic 1960's movie feel to them - which is hard to describe, but you got it!
    Thanks Stewart! Glad you liked it. Was really happy how the colours turned out. Of course the lovely bmpcc batteries all failed me, so I had to have the camera hooked up to an external battery as I rode it around on the glidecam. Will have to experiment with rigging the external batter on the cage then balancing.
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    Agree with Dane, the exterior shots keep it all together and tie in well to the theme and homage to Amy.
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    Really nice footage! THANK YOU for posting a color corrected project. I feel like soooo much BMPCC footage posted is ungraded. At this point I just close the video when I see that. It's like looking at an ungraded positive print. The image is meant to be made to look beautiful but the log profile is so flat before grading....anyway I'm off topic. This looks great! Great work and thank you for sharing! MORE OF THIS!
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    footage clean.
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    Very nice indeed. Imageee, a very nice grading job, as well as good camera work. Enjoyed it very much, thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenga View Post
    Really nice footage! I feel like soooo much BMPCC footage posted is ungraded. At this point I just close the video when I see that. It's like looking at an ungraded positive print. The image is meant to be made to look beautiful but the log profile is so flat before grading....!
    I agree 100%. The downside of democratisation of filmmaking and providing RAW to the people is that few ( me included) have the skill to grade their RAW or Log footage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by federer_express View Post
    Let me know what you guys think! Shot with Takina wide and Tamron zooms with speedbooster.

    https://youtu.be/RnNb_S4MqWY
    Great work! Hey, this Sony npf battery plate is a steal. There's a chip to get your voltage right and you can use any of those cheap and long lasting npf batteries:
    http://m.tomtop.com/battery-and-hand...8/p-d3799.html
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    Thanks guys! Glad you liked it, having some amazing vocalists helps too! I do have a battery solution, use an anker knockoff. But on the day I was relying on bmpcc batteries to power it during the glidecam which was a huge fail so had to have the anker in my coat jacket plugged in from there. I had to compensate for the torque of the wire twisting the camera away from frame. Everyone is so right about the inportance of grading. The flat look was popularized for a bit but our minds will always be pleasured by the full spectrum of colours so much more.
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