Shooting just for fun with a 50mm macro and a 36mm extension tube on the Sony FS100.
The larvae are from a Drone fly and mosquitos collected in a drinking glass from a pool of stagnant water in the garden.
Cut & graded in Adobe Premiere CS6. 50/50 Mirror effect used on all clips.
Staring Bert Audubert as our keen 'treasure' detector...
Shot on the Sony NEX FS100, mostly using a 50 1.4 Nikkor-S and a 28mm Nikon 2.8. Recored in 50p but conformed in camera to maintain bitrate. Additional Sun provided by an Arri 2K openface.
Initial edit, cut and supplied in FCP 7. Then frame graded (single tiffs) as batch using Adobe Camera Raw through Photoshop.
Tiff sequence opened in Adobe premiere and using XML for cut marker points for speed. Secondary grading applied in Premiere using the still using the tiff sequence.
Final delivery export from Premiere as H.264 under a MP4 wrapper.
It seems convoluted but normally it would be: Native edit with Premiere. Then those 1st generation files to tiff frames to be graded in Camera Raw, assembled in Premiere with secondary grading where needed then delivery formats. If I had cut this I would have edited native in Adobe Premiere to save one generation loss.