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Hey All, here's a quick character intro for a project that I'm aiming to direct this year. Shot on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K with SLR Magic 1.33x Anamorphic Lens Adapter. Base color grade via a BMPCC 4K to Arri Rec709 conversion LUT that I created and have been testing. Might release if there's interest. Blackmagic LUTs byBoz™ are available to download here: https://blackmagic-luts.yolasite.com/ There's a specific "imperfect" anamorphic look that I'm going for. Haven't quite found it yet, but overall I think the combo works really well. Thoughts?
What's New? This is a brand new Natural Rec709 conversion LUT that I've created specifically for the Gen 5 Color Science as requested by fellow filmmakers. Humbled that so many put in a request after the success of the original P4K LUT and BMD OG Rec709 LUT. Thank you. LUT Features ALL NEW Kodak Vision 2 Cine Curve * softer highlight roll-off preserved shadow detail balanced saturation organic (camera) colors *Not a mathematically accurate film response curve. More an obsessive compulsive interpretation on my part based on analysis of numerous film chart data. Download Page: https://bulentfilms.yolasite.com/ (Scroll down to Blackmagic Camera LUTs)
Hi all, I recently did some minor tests with a handful of Super 16 zoom lenses on my BMPCC4K in the 2.6K S16 crop mode. I was finding that whilst sharping up at the longer focal lengths is no problem, when I pulled out to the wider end everything became a bit soft and I couldn't find the focus. At first I thought that it was just that the focus was so deep at the softness was part of the look of the lens but in hindsight I tested mostly at T5.6 so I'm starting to think the flange distance was just off. I have shims for my PL-MFT adapter but I didn't get the chance to try them out. Any lens specialists that know a bit more on this subject - from what I'm describing, does this just sound like a flange distance issue? And if so - how do you know if the lens needs to be closer or further away from the sensor? Obviously my shims will allow me to make minor extensions of the flange distance but I have no way of bring the back element closer. If you've made it this far, thanks for taking the time to read! Any feedback is appreciated.
bmpcc 4k BMPCC 4K Anamorphic - Santo Drive (BRAW)
Bulent Ozdemir posted a topic in BlackMagic DesignA Masked Luchadore. A Call to Action. 'Santo Drive' is a visual homage to Nicolas W. Refn's 'Drive' (2011). Shot on a BMPCC 4K with a Kowa 8z Anamorphic lens adapter. BRAW 8:1 (Sandisk SDXC). ISO 3200 😀 Color Grade based on my Blackmagic Pocket 4K LUT. Download Available HERE: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress.com/bozbmdfilm_p4k-to-rec709-lut/
New: BMPCC 4K LUT // BozBMDFilm_P4K to Rec709
Bulent Ozdemir posted a topic in BlackMagic DesignAfter the success of the original BozBMDFilm to Rec709 LUT for all Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, there were many requests from fellow filmmakers for a new Rec709 LUT for the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K (P4K). I had no intentions of creating one, but as I'm always looking for ways to simply my own work flow I thought, what the hell. Features: Custom Cine Curve Organic Color Values Balanced Saturation Preserved Shadow Detail Preserved Highlight Detail * Softer Highlight Roll Off Download Page: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress.com/bozbmdfilm_p4k-to-rec709-lut/
BMPCC 4K Short Visual Poetic Piece
Spencer Whiteman posted a topic in Please Critique My WorkHey there! I just created a small piece regarding film (photography) I'm looking for critique on this piece. I realized that when I scaled my C4K from the pocket 4k to a UHD timeline, some of my clips towards the end) apparently weren't scaled correctly so a white line pops up on the right side of frame. (Lame because it doesn't show up in premiere's editing windows) Also banding is insane with YT compression so a couple of shots you notice it quite a bit. (Tried to minimize it with grain added) Anyways, thanks for stopping by and drop any tech questions you have below as well!