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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostThu Dec 27, 2018 6:39 pm

My latest reel...


Shot with UMP 4.6K and PCC4K except for the aerials which were a DJI 4K drone.
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostThu Dec 27, 2018 10:32 pm

Interesting work, Ric. Well done.

I do battle with my AI vacuum most days but I must remember to never find myself between the vacuum and the stairs!


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PostFri Dec 28, 2018 2:03 pm

Rick,
Thanks. I seem to be attracting shorts featuring damsels in technological distress.
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostWed Jan 02, 2019 3:50 pm

This is my first project shot on my Pocket 4k - it was a lot of fun to make.


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PostWed Jan 02, 2019 5:56 pm

Sublime, Michael. Beautifully executed.


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rick.lang wrote:Sublime, Michael. Beautifully executed.


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Thank you, Rick. That means a lot to me!
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PostThu Jan 03, 2019 7:22 pm

Okay shot this a year ago, but with the intention of using the footage to promote this year's event. So, I'm a little foggy on all the details.



Shot on the URSA Mini 4.6K
HD ProRes 422 at 23.976 fps (with 60 and 120 fps for slow-motion)
Edited & Graded in DaVinci Resolve

Was put together relatively quickly since the budget wasn't big. But it was fun to shoot.
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PostFri Jan 04, 2019 4:17 pm

"Letter" BMPCC4k Short Film

A quick short film for practice. See the YouTube description for info.
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PostFri Jan 04, 2019 5:45 pm

Haven't had much of a chance to put the BMPCC 4k through its paces yet, but thought I'd share my first run; really enjoyed using it thus far.

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PostWed Jan 16, 2019 12:41 am

Here’s a still shot on the P4K from a music video I just co-shot and co-directed with Max Goodrich. Blown away by this IQ
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PostWed Jan 16, 2019 5:18 am

Beauty, Alessandro!


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PostWed Jan 16, 2019 5:41 am

Here's the first episode of a new tech series I directed & edited in Sydney for AWS (Amazon Web Services) called, This Is My Code.



Four different BMD cameras used:

Cam 1 (mid shot) = UMP + Tokina ATX Pro 28-70/2.8
Cam 2 (mid shot) = UM4.6k PL + Angenieux 28-70/2.6 (rehoused)
Cam 3 (wide) = BMCC MFT + Canon FD 50/2 + Metabones BMPCC Speedbooster
Cam 4 (code close up) = URSA Broadcast + Canon 8-64/2.4 Super16

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostWed Jan 30, 2019 2:50 pm

Finally did something with some footage i took with the BMPCC4K late last year.
Used Helios 44-2 58mm f2 with a VidAtlanic Anamorphic filter.

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostThu Jan 31, 2019 2:20 am

Okay, I've got a few videos to share so I'll just do them all together in one post.

First let's start with the oldest video. It's the oldest because I shot it for a model last year on May 2, 2018. I thought I had deleted the footage, but in the fall the files were found on my travel drive when I was sharing it with the director of a music video I was doing color grading & VFX on. So I got the hard drive back around November from the director and decided to move them to my main drives. That was all so when I had time I would edit it. Finally it happened this last week when another model asked to reschedule due to how cold it was. So, here it is. I shot the BTS footage in HD ProRes 422, and the cinematic footage in HD ProRes 444. I just cut them together in Resolve 15 no matter what it was and graded it. It's okay, not great, but came out better than I thought:



Next up is the Valentines Day videos for the Gentlemen's Club I do video for. This was a fun shoot and all the girls were great. A lot of creative thought went into the theme. First time shooting a milk bath, so that was a new experience. Then the roses and rose pedals made it especially interesting. Overall, I really enjoyed the shoot. However, in post I had to work around flashes of flesh that can't be shown. In some areas I did VFX by adding a rose in the water to hide a nipple, and in other areas I just did a blur with the hope that it wasn't noticeable. In the future I say just put black tape X's on the nipples so I have good tracking marks. I hate nudity sometimes. But then again America has Puritan views and in Europe it's far more acceptable. Personally, I only care for the art.

Either way, tech specs on the Valentine's Day content: UHD ProRes 422 HQ at 23.976 fps with 60 fps being used for off-speed recording. Obviously I shot in Film Mode and Graded in DaVinci Resolve 15, which also was used for editing and VFX in Fusion. Rokinon Cinema Lenses and a Digital Juice Slider was used. As well a Benro tripod head.

Valentines Spot 1:

Valentines Spot 2:

Valentines Spot 3:


Hope everyone enjoys these videos. I've got a few more model videos on the books. Part of the delay is waiting for it to warm up. But then I also plan on doing a few more short films this year. Got a lot of content to create, so will be sharing more soon...
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PostTue Feb 05, 2019 12:48 am

My slow-burner sci-fi short film called Jumbo John.

Synopsis: A woman fleeing Manhattan is pursued by her gatekeeper: John.

Shot on the Ursa Mini 4.6K with Sigma Cine 18-35mm. Some shots on a GH5 with Tokina 11-16mm.

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PostTue Feb 05, 2019 1:24 am

Very nicely done and imaginative. I like the noir look also.
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PostSat Feb 09, 2019 1:14 am

Here’s the latest model video for Savannah Cheyenne. Shot at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park in Tampa. I used the Blackmagic Design URSA Mini 4.6K with Rokinon Cinema Lenses (16, 24, 35, 50, 85, & 135). I shot in CinemaDNG RAW 4:1 (4,608x1,920) and edited & graded the footage in DaVinci Resolve 15.

Instagram Version:


Long Cut Version:


Man, I wish I could shoot these videos with BlackmagicRAW. (Wink, wink)


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PostSat Feb 09, 2019 7:00 am

Nicely understated, Tim. Smooth Southern Comfort.


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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostSun Feb 17, 2019 2:28 am

haven't posted in a while, here are some videos working with the Ursa Mini 4.6k. ;)











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PostTue Feb 19, 2019 1:49 am

Footage from this year's Canadian International Autoshow in Toronto. Got some nice shots of a Delorean, Ferraris, Corvettes, Lambos, Teslas, and more! Shot on Blackmagic Pocket 4K.

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PostTue Feb 19, 2019 4:58 pm

Here's a quick little 3 minute short film for the 2018 Sparrow Film Project, shot on URSA Mini Pro in Blackmagic RAW and edited in Resolve. My co-writer and I won for Best Screenplay and I was nominated for Best Director -- hope you enjoy!

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Filmed, edited and color corrected in one day.
Shot in ProRes 422 (film look) and graded in DaVinci Resolve.

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PostMon Mar 04, 2019 1:10 am

Hussain Abdullah wrote:Filmed, edited and color corrected in one day.
Shot in ProRes 422 (film look) and graded in DaVinci Resolve.




With what camera?
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PostTue Mar 05, 2019 2:48 pm

lee4ever wrote:
Hussain Abdullah wrote:Filmed, edited and color corrected in one day.
Shot in ProRes 422 (film look) and graded in DaVinci Resolve.




With what camera?

Can't believe I forgot to name the camera. :lol:
URSA Mini 4.6K EF.
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PostTue Mar 05, 2019 4:59 pm

This isn't the final edit, waiting for input from the band, but here is my first creative (something other than talking head interview) job shot on the Pocket 4K.

Only one lens, the Meike 25mm T2.2. Mostly natural light, 2 100 watt COBs filling in for the sun when it ducked behind the clouds. RAW 3:1. Grade began from my Pocket709+ LUT.

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PostWed Mar 13, 2019 10:37 pm

A short ASMR based horror I shot last summer with the original BMCC and BMPCC for wide, Sigma 18-35mm Art for the main cam, and Samyang 7.5 mm Fisheye F3.5 for the pocket.



Would love to know what people think, especially if you are effected by ASMR videos?

And please share with anyone who watches ASMR or loves horror! Thanks. :D

Closer is a short horror film based on ASMR, and so for the best experience please make sure to watch wearing a good pair of headphones.

ASMR means Automated Sensory Meridian Response, this is a pleasant tingling on the back of the neck and head caused by certain sounds (whispering) or visuals, and which some people use to help relax or to get sleep. Looking for an new angle in horror, it was our own experience and appreciation of ASMR that lead us to create this short.

SYNOPSIS:
Stumbling across ASMR videos late one night, Sarah is intrigued by the phenomenon and its calming effects. When a suspicious video pops up and automatically plays, soon she accidentally ventures down an online rabbit hole. Plagued by phantom whispers and apparitions, she is unsure if everything is in her head or real.
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostWed Mar 20, 2019 11:23 am

FKPhotography wrote:
James Alexander Barnett wrote:Project I worked on for my local college went live today.

Shot entirely on the URSA Mini 4.6k and Samyang Primes

Hope you guys like it.



Amazing work.


+1, great work :)
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PostWed Mar 20, 2019 8:04 pm

@James Alexander Barnett

Yes, excellent. How many days were you shooting this? That’s an incredible number of different scenes and shots for that kind of promotion. A lot of time to plan and arrange and coordinate let alone shoot.


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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostSun Mar 24, 2019 11:08 am

my first real outing with BRAW on the BMPCC4K
using sigma 150-600 and Olympus 60mm Macro

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PostSun Mar 24, 2019 9:39 pm

This is the first test I did of the URSA Broadcast with a Canon SD YJ20X8.5B4 KRS Lens. The snow came and went in one day, so I didn't have much time, but I set out to see how the camera coped with with high contrast scenes and to generally see how it and the lens performed. Overall I was pleased but found some limitations with the cheap SD B4 lens.

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PostWed Mar 27, 2019 8:13 pm

Hi colleagues,

this is one out of four songs we shot live for Ailia X

technical details:
1x URSA Mini Pro
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edited with Resolve, recorded with Cubase

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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostFri Mar 29, 2019 9:49 pm

Hello,
went to a forest near my house to try out the BMRAW and my anamorphic adapter.

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T this is my first commercial as a DP. Shot with the BMPCC4k. What can I do better?
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T this is my first commercial as a DP. Shot with the BMPCC4k. What can I do better?


It's nice - but since you asked what can be better:

You don't see the product until :43 seconds into the spot - that's a problem. You need something to grab attention and highlight the product right away.

The audio isn't very good - her levels are low when compared to the music and that makes hear hard to hear. And she doesn't sound very enthusiastic about the product - that's partly because she's a model and not an actor, but it would be good to have her sound more excited about the product. That can be done with a lot of rehearsals of the script and more direction.

The shots are nice, but I'd try to focus more on how the product fixes a problem - which drives sales of the product.
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lcollazo23 wrote:


T this is my first commercial as a DP. Shot with the BMPCC4k. What can I do better?


It's nice - but since you asked what can be better:

You don't see the product until :43 seconds into the spot - that's a problem. You need something to grab attention and highlight the product right away.

The audio isn't very good - her levels are low when compared to the music and that makes hear hard to hear. And she doesn't sound very enthusiastic about the product - that's partly because she's a model and not an actor, but it would be good to have her sound more excited about the product. That can be done with a lot of rehearsals of the script and more direction.

The shots are nice, but I'd try to focus more on how the product fixes a problem - which drives sales of the product.


Great constructive criticism. I especially agree with the length of time before the product appears. Also the music is as often these days too high volume which ruins the video for me.
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I had a project that the client allowed me to shoot however I wanted. Hello BMPCC4K! :) This is a still...but I love this camera! Shot 4k DCI 3:1 Braw. I also found a new lens that I love too...The 7 artisans 25 1.8! OMG! Sadly I would be laughed off of the set if I showed up with that lens.
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michaeldhead wrote:
lcollazo23 wrote:


T this is my first commercial as a DP. Shot with the BMPCC4k. What can I do better?


It's nice - but since you asked what can be better:

You don't see the product until :43 seconds into the spot - that's a problem. You need something to grab attention and highlight the product right away.

The audio isn't very good - her levels are low when compared to the music and that makes hear hard to hear. And she doesn't sound very enthusiastic about the product - that's partly because she's a model and not an actor, but it would be good to have her sound more excited about the product. That can be done with a lot of rehearsals of the script and more direction.

The shots are nice, but I'd try to focus more on how the product fixes a problem - which drives sales of the product.



Thanks for your feedback! I'll re-edit this.
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lcollazo23 wrote:
michaeldhead wrote:
lcollazo23 wrote:


T this is my first commercial as a DP. Shot with the BMPCC4k. What can I do better?


It's nice - but since you asked what can be better:

You don't see the product until :43 seconds into the spot - that's a problem. You need something to grab attention and highlight the product right away.

The audio isn't very good - her levels are low when compared to the music and that makes hear hard to hear. And she doesn't sound very enthusiastic about the product - that's partly because she's a model and not an actor, but it would be good to have her sound more excited about the product. That can be done with a lot of rehearsals of the script and more direction.

The shots are nice, but I'd try to focus more on how the product fixes a problem - which drives sales of the product.



Thanks for your feedback! I'll re-edit this.

None of that critique is about the photography, totally different departments. But if I understand correctly, you are also editing this?
About your shoot, you can set up some simple lighting for the interior.
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PostTue Apr 23, 2019 9:02 am

Hey guys!

Here comes my first test with the BMPCC4k // Panasonic Lumix 20mm f/1.7 II
Filmed in BRAW 1:12
Any advice from you guys?

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PostTue Apr 23, 2019 4:51 pm

http://spbch.jalbum.net/Lucerne/#weir-action-HD%2520720p.mp4

Here is a test from Lucerne, Switzerland at the weir. This spot has always fascinated me for the movement and sound.

I have used Apple Compressor to reduce the size. The original detail:

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All comments gratefully accepted. This is the first clip I am really happy with enough to post.
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PostTue Apr 23, 2019 8:16 pm

Toni, that’s quite an ambitious first test of BRAW 12:1. There’s a lot of detail in the scene. Still I think I’d use less compression because of the detail that may be there in the surroundings. Have you done any side-by-side comparisons with Q5 or 8:1?


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PostTue Apr 23, 2019 8:36 pm

rick.lang wrote:Toni, that’s quite an ambitious first test of BRAW 12:1. There’s a lot of detail in the scene. Still I think I’d use less compression because of the detail that may be there in the surroundings. Have you done any side-by-side comparisons with Q5 or 8:1?


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Thank you very much for your reply! the problem that day was that I had no SD Card nor a SSD that could write higher then 12:1. Now I got a Sasmung T5 SSD and will try my next shoot in 8:1 or less.
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Thanks for the feedback.


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My pocket has finally returned from assistance (pixel burned on the monitor).

My first test .. Every criticism about color is welcome (I'm studying)

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Jack, very good test. If you need advice, I think the rest of us may as well find a cliff to jump off!


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PostWed May 01, 2019 5:02 am

Hey everyone, I don't post much but a quick trailer to a new short that I'm working on called Ezra In Exile



Be sure to watch in 4K :)
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Jeffrey Chance wrote:Hey everyone, I don't post much but a quick trailer to a new short that I'm working on called Ezra In Exile



Be sure to watch in 4K :)


dude, looks great! what did you shoot it on? lensing? Grading looks terrific and the atmosphere of the scene is really nice.
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PostWed May 01, 2019 8:09 pm

Adam Langdon wrote:
Jeffrey Chance wrote:Hey everyone, I don't post much but a quick trailer to a new short that I'm working on called Ezra In Exile



Be sure to watch in 4K :)


dude, looks great! what did you shoot it on? lensing? Grading looks terrific and the atmosphere of the scene is really nice.


Thank you so much! It's shot with a sigma 18 - 35 with a 1/4 BPM alongisde a Nude FX so that the skin tone gets the atmospheric tones as well. Node structure was a bit complicated!
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostThu May 02, 2019 1:58 pm

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T this is my first commercial as a DP. Shot with the BMPCC4k. What can I do better?


Photography is very nice, although a bit desaturated for my taste, but that's debatable. Sound is my major concern. Can I assume you were in charge of sound also? Her voice is very "roomy" which adds to the problem of understanding her with the music level too high. Close micing with a good dialogue mic at the very edge of the frame will cut down on the "roomy" sound reflection. Loosing some of the headroom above her in the framing will allow you to get the mic in closer. Adding some sound blankets (cheap moving blankets from Home Depot) on the floor around her will help. Alternately, a micro lav hidden in her clothes will help a lot as well. A good, dedicated, sound technician is a big help on a commercial shoot. Mix your music at least 12db below the voice. Some mix pros will also drop the midrange EQ (300-10,000 hz)on the music to allow a "hole" in the music track for the voice to dominate a bit more.
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Re: Official "Look what I shot!" Thread

PostThu May 02, 2019 2:33 pm

The paragliding world cup final over a Jurassic landscape in Brazil.

https://vimeo.com/bretthazlett/nevercomedown2
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