No color grading done. Only Technicolor's LUT file was utilized.
Here is a short video I filmed in "real harsh sun almost midday" conditions.
The idea was to see first hand how the new picture profile is helping the camera to cope with highlights/shadow + how skin tons looks After utilizing the LUT.
It was also a chance to check an old Angenieux Leica R Zoom lens (35-70, f2.5/3.3). My feeling is that I need a different adapter to the EOS mount. With the current one, focus is not absolute.
Working in Technicolor's CineStyle picture profile is requiring some practice. Focusing is no easy and try to close at list half stop from the "correct exposure".
Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
Canon EF 70-200 f.4
Angenieux Leica R Zoom lens (35-70, f2.5/3.3
Picture profile settings as recommended by Technicolor
Music: Toshihiko Sahashi, Big O Season, apologine-bleecker-st
Edited in Adobe Premiere CS2 with Cineform Neo 4k.
Technicolor's LUT file utilized within Cineform First-Light
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