The last grading test I'll be doing (publicly) with John Brawley's Pocket Cinema Camera footage. This time around a grade which was meant to be a quick grade but took several hours to put together. It's done using FilmConvert with basic settings and using the 'Blackmagic Cinema Camera Film' profile. Nothing was done to the original footage before applying the FilmConvert filter in Premiere Pro CC. Film Grain was kept at 100%, as was Film Color. With the lake-view shots I also increased exposure with 0.08, marginal, but it just looked better that way
Not all film stocks from FilmConvert were used, I made a selection of seven stocks. To find out which, watch the video ;-)
Again for the record: all footage was shot by John Brawley on his Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera using the ProRes 422 HQ file format in the very flat 'film'-mode.
For proper viewing I'd suggest to download the original MP4 file which was encoded at 35Mbps, instead of Vimeo's standard 8Mbps.
Related blog: rubenkremer.nl/2013/08/07/filmconvert-on-pocket-cinema-camera-footage/