Please note. This is graded. This is not flat out of the camera!
Here is some footage I shot in Dungeness, Kent (my favourite location and often used by me) in ProRes HQ for the Blackmagic cinema camera review which you can see here: philipbloom.net/2012/09/05/bmd/
One thing I found on this pre-release camera is there is a touch of pink in the highlights when using ProRes HQ. BMD are aware and it will be fixed for release. This doesn't happen in the raw. The ProRes is beautiful. Sharp, flat as hell (very log-c alexa like) and way easier workflow than raw.
Sharpened a tad in post to make it ping and all shot on the internal battery is 2 hours.
Although this review has been partly subsidised by CVP about 10x more time and effort has gone into making these that what that covered. In fact it only covered a fraction of Part 1. So, if you find any of these reviews helpful or useful and want to help keep them going in the future I have activated tipjar on them. Thanks if you do use it!
Part 2 of my 3 part review of the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. This is the one where it's all filmed on location finding out what is it actually like to shoot with?
You can view all the parts of the review and loads more information at my website here: gopb.co/pocket
Music is all supplied by The Music Bed gopb.co/musicbed apart from Gustav Holst, Mars
In this tutorial I show you my take on The Summer Blockbuster look - using the powerful 2 node subtractive colour setup.
Make sure you read the accompanying blog post as it goes into more detail than what's possible in the video - juanmelara.com.au/the-summer-blockbuster-colour-grading-tutorial/
I suggest trying out the techniques on the tutorial footage first, as it's easier to know when you're heading in the right direction. Download all the necessary footage/files from the link above.