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andrew wrote:hankpalan wrote:I quickly (as in one click per picture) ran these through Lightroom using VSCO Film presets. Although they are calibrated for a specific Canon Camera, they are still very impressive. VSCO Film is set out to emulate classic Photography film stocks for digital cameras by manipulating the color data from the RAW before it gets processed.
Needless to say, if I get the BMCC I'll be processing all my footage with VSCO Film before I edit to greatly reduce my grading time.
I could spend time tweaking the presets of course, but I wanted to see what it would give me stock.
That's not bad at all! It's pretty cool that BMD used an open standard so we can process the images in a number of different apps.
I was thinking though. These presets look great, but we might have to remove the grain and apply a grain intended for motion later in the workflow. I'm not sure, but wouldn't a Lightroom grain setting give you a static grain profile since it's intended for still photos?
Yeah I wouldn't use the grain in Lightroom. I don't know if the grain is random everytime it is applied, but I'd rather use grain plates from actual film stock that I have.