Blackmagic Cinema Camera + Davinci Resolve Colour Grading Breakdown

Blackmagic Cinema Camera + Davinci Resolve Colour Grading Breakdown

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BMCC + Davinci Resolve Colour Grading Breakdown from Juan Melara on Vimeo. BMCuser.com member Kholi posted up some Blackmagic Cinema Camera raw DNGs the other day. So I thought I’d have another go at grading BMCC footage. Find the DNGs in this thread here. The BMCC just impresses me more and more each time I [...]

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Scarlet + Davinci Resolve Colour Grading Breakdowns

Scarlet + Davinci Resolve Colour Grading Breakdowns

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Reduser member Philipe Ratton posted some awesome R3Ds from his latest short film currently in production. I couldn’t resist grading these. You can find the original Reduser post with the R3Ds here. Grading is super easy when you start with quality, well shot source material. That was definitely the case this time! There are so many possibilities [...]

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Recovering Highlights with Davinci Resolve

Recovering Highlights with Davinci Resolve

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Ok so it’s not really recovering highlights, cause if they’re blown out, they’re gone. It’s more bringing near blown out highlights back into a useful visible range. A few people on bmcuser and reduser have been having problems with this, so I’ve put together this post. This method is probably the easiest I’ve found and [...]

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Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera Colour Grades

Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera Colour Grades

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I’ve been closely following the development of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and have been looking forward to grading some of it’s raw files. The other day I stumbled onto this post on Fstoppers.com which links to some raw sample footage. The video above and frame grabs below were graded in Davinci Resolve from 2400×1350 raw [...]

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Samyang / Rokinon 35mm T1.5 Lens Test

Samyang / Rokinon 35mm T1.5 Lens Test

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The Samyang 35mm T1.5 is here. It’s a cineivsed version of the popular, low cost, manual focus and manual aperture DSLR lens. The cine version is manufactured by Samyang in Korea but is also rebadged and sold under the Rokinon brand name. The DSLR version is also sold under the Bower and ProOptic names. It [...]

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