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Brandon Li
Nomad filmmaker. World tour on pause because pandemic. IG: // Bookings: brandon@unscripted.com
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Brandon Li Nov 29
Replying to @watchvideosoul
I’m aware of the purpose of sgamut thanks. I switched to Movie because I was having skin tone problems no matter what rec709 conversion LUT I used (see my previous tweets). LOG without wide gamut still has wide gamma, so it’s still useful actually.
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Brandon Li Nov 28
Replying to @restlesspix
Ah ok, I thought clipping neon signs was unavoidable lol. I’d still prefer to use sgamut of course, I just really dislike the skin tones in a lot of lighting scenarios. The green yellow spike is harsh.
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Brandon Li Nov 28
Replying to @rungunshoot
PP8 (slog3), Color Mode = Movie, Detail = -7. Import to editing program as rec709 (not slog3). Adjust high/mid/shadow manually, boost saturation. Profit.
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Brandon Li Nov 28
My latest update in skin tones...I prefer to use Movie color mode instead of SGamut3Cine. This is probably breaking some color grading rules, but to me Movie just looks better. It’s the same color mode used in Standard Creative Style. LMK if I’m doing it wrong.
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Brandon Li Nov 24
Thanks, I just try to fix my color, not actually grade it. I wish I could do more complex looks but that's a whole other skillset for guys with cool names like Valerio Liberatore
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Brandon Li Nov 24
Got it, this is getting into the heavy stuff I've never done myself. As you can see, I'm still attempting to do color in FCP X😎
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Brandon Li Nov 24
Replying to @watchvideosoul
Ok I thought they usually used a log-to-rec709 LUT before the show look LUT.
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Brandon Li Nov 24
Replying to @watchvideosoul
I thought colorists mostly used input LUTs
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Brandon Li Nov 23
Replying to @themateotoro
What camera? A7siii?
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Brandon Li Nov 23
Replying to @rungunshoot
Step 2: fix the skin like this
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Brandon Li Nov 23
Replying to @rungunshoot
Step 1: Do these things
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Brandon Li Nov 23
Replying to @1tedbaker
This is basically it. I just set the high, mid and shadow like this. Adjust a bit for each shot. Boost saturation as much as I want. I'll do a tutorial once I have more confidence in the results.
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Brandon Li Nov 23
Replying to @rungunshoot
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Brandon Li Nov 23
without a LUT? Seems to work ok with just the color board (and maybe HvH for skin tone). Maybe people are already doing this, but I haven't seen any tutorials online about it.
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Brandon Li Nov 19
If you filmed a corpse in s-log 3 I bet it would somehow look even more dead.
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Brandon Li Nov 18
I tried to make cinematic scenes with a tiny light ( ) See the video:
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Brandon Li Nov 18
Replying to @ArtWardCMG
They’re prob hoping people don’t notice that gyro stabilization works with high shutter speed, which kind of negates the purpose of an ND filter.
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Brandon Li Nov 18
Replying to @Allen_Reid
Should at least have mini jack on body
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Brandon Li Nov 17
Replying to @cschmeer
I don’t see a yellow tone in Creative Styles, just slog (and maybe HLG). I get the feeling that this nasty tone is what the sensor natively produces, and the other PP and creative styles apply in-camera correction to eliminate it.
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Brandon Li Nov 17
Replying to @oosername_
Better skin tones make me jealous. But not $6000 jealous.
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