1. LightForm Swiss Test: City colors: Zurich COLOR GRADED

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    LightForm C Picture Style Note the gorgeous skin tones. Color graded Watch the original, ungraded clip here: https://vimeo.com/48215045 Get the LightForm picture style for Canon EOS cameras here: www.cineplus.ch Original Footage imported in After Effect. First part is ungraded. Second part is graded using AE curves, Levels and Neat Video. The Lightform picture style is compatible with all EOS cameras. More infos about the Lightform Picture Style at www.cineplus.ch Vimeo LightForm Group: https://vimeo.com/groups/lightform Lightform Features at a glance: RELIGHT Enhanced Dynamic Range Canon cameras have plenty of precious data hidden in the highlights. The only way to deploy it is to edit RAW photos or via a picture style that is able to take advantage of it. Lightform enhances the sensor's dynamic range by bringing down that useful data to a more visible range, before compression. As result, you get advantage of the full latitude of the sensor with a more faithful to reality dynamic range and more detail in the image upper range. RESKIN Yellow, orange and red spots in the highlights, unnaturally saturated skin tones.. Those are all problems that will make you crazy when you will try to eliminate them in post. Again, unless you edit the RAW photos, they will be printed to file and stay there to create problems. Lightform does all the work before compression, to deliver the best, most gorgeous skin tones out of the box. We tested it on models of all races, and in dark to bright conditions. True Colors that can let you spare hours of color correction. REGRADE Color grading is all about headroom. Thanks to the Lightform's headroom feature, you can, in post, rise the video level without destroying the highlights, and you can adjust the balance without overdriving colors. Of course Lightform can be used with -4 contrast for a greater latitude or at 0 contrast for a balanced, final look out of the box. The headroom is always present at all contrast settings. CINEMA Option As asked by many users, there must be a neutral version. So Lightform comes in 2 flavours: Lightform C (Cinema) with an enhanced version of the highly successful look of the Cineplus CINEMA Picture Style. Lightform N with neutral, untouched colors, for those who want full control of the image in post production.

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    • LightForm Swiss Test: City colors: Zurich

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      LightForm C Picture Style Note the gorgeous skin tones. Ungraded footage. Watch a easily graded version here: https://vimeo.com/48216261 Get the LightForm picture style for Canon EOS cameras here: www.cineplus.ch Original Footage imported in After Effect. First part is ungraded. Second part is graded using AE curves, Levels and Neat Video. The Lightform picture style is compatible with all EOS cameras. More infos about the Lightform Picture Style at www.cineplus.ch Vimeo LightForm Group: https://vimeo.com/groups/lightform Lightform Features at a glance: RELIGHT Enhanced Dynamic Range Canon cameras have plenty of precious data hidden in the highlights. The only way to deploy it is to edit RAW photos or via a picture style that is able to take advantage of it. Lightform enhances the sensor's dynamic range by bringing down that useful data to a more visible range, before compression. As result, you get advantage of the full latitude of the sensor with a more faithful to reality dynamic range and more detail in the image upper range. RESKIN Yellow, orange and red spots in the highlights, unnaturally saturated skin tones.. Those are all problems that will make you crazy when you will try to eliminate them in post. Again, unless you edit the RAW photos, they will be printed to file and stay there to create problems. Lightform does all the work before compression, to deliver the best, most gorgeous skin tones out of the box. We tested it on models of all races, and in dark to bright conditions. True Colors that can let you spare hours of color correction. REGRADE Color grading is all about headroom. Thanks to the Lightform's headroom feature, you can, in post, rise the video level without destroying the highlights, and you can adjust the balance without overdriving colors. Of course Lightform can be used with -4 contrast for a greater latitude or at 0 contrast for a balanced, final look out of the box. The headroom is always present at all contrast settings. CINEMA Option As asked by many users, there must be a neutral version. So Lightform comes in 2 flavours: Lightform C (Cinema) with an enhanced version of the highly successful look of the Cineplus CINEMA Picture Style. Lightform N with neutral, untouched colors, for those who want full control of the image in post production.

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      • LightForm Swiss Test: Night shots in Zurich

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        LightForm C Picture Style 640 ISO (except first 2 shots) Ungraded footage. Get the LightForm picture style for Canon EOS cameras here: www.cineplus.ch Original Footage imported in After Effect. First part is ungraded. Second part is graded using AE curves, Levels and Neat Video. The Lightform picture style is compatible with all EOS cameras. More infos about the Lightform Picture Style at www.cineplus.ch Vimeo LightForm Group: https://vimeo.com/groups/lightform Lightform Features at a glance: RELIGHT Enhanced Dynamic Range Canon cameras have plenty of precious data hidden in the highlights. The only way to deploy it is to edit RAW photos or via a picture style that is able to take advantage of it. Lightform enhances the sensor's dynamic range by bringing down that useful data to a more visible range, before compression. As result, you get advantage of the full latitude of the sensor with a more faithful to reality dynamic range and more detail in the image upper range. RESKIN Yellow, orange and red spots in the highlights, unnaturally saturated skin tones.. Those are all problems that will make you crazy when you will try to eliminate them in post. Again, unless you edit the RAW photos, they will be printed to file and stay there to create problems. Lightform does all the work before compression, to deliver the best, most gorgeous skin tones out of the box. We tested it on models of all races, and in dark to bright conditions. True Colors that can let you spare hours of color correction. REGRADE Color grading is all about headroom. Thanks to the Lightform's headroom feature, you can, in post, rise the video level without destroying the highlights, and you can adjust the balance without overdriving colors. Of course Lightform can be used with -4 contrast for a greater latitude or at 0 contrast for a balanced, final look out of the box. The headroom is always present at all contrast settings. CINEMA Option As asked by many users, there must be a neutral version. So Lightform comes in 2 flavours: Lightform C (Cinema) with an enhanced version of the highly successful look of the Cineplus CINEMA Picture Style. Lightform N with neutral, untouched colors, for those who want full control of the image in post production.

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        • Lightform Swiss Test: NATURE

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          Shot using the LightForm C Picture Style Shot in the Emmental. FIRST PART IS UNGRADED SECOND PART IS GRADED www.cineplus.ch Original Footage imported in After Effect. First part is ungraded. Second part is graded using AE curves, Levels and Neat Video. The Lightform picture style is compatible with all EOS cameras. More infos about the Lightform Picture Style at www.cineplus.ch Vimeo LightForm Group: https://vimeo.com/groups/lightform Lightform Features at a glance: RELIGHT Enhanced Dynamic Range Canon cameras have plenty of precious data hidden in the highlights. The only way to deploy it is to edit RAW photos or via a picture style that is able to take advantage of it. Lightform enhances the sensor's dynamic range by bringing down that useful data to a more visible range, before compression. As result, you get advantage of the full latitude of the sensor with a more faithful to reality dynamic range and more detail in the image upper range. RESKIN Yellow, orange and red spots in the highlights, unnaturally saturated skin tones.. Those are all problems that will make you crazy when you will try to eliminate them in post. Again, unless you edit the RAW photos, they will be printed to file and stay there to create problems. Lightform does all the work before compression, to deliver the best, most gorgeous skin tones out of the box. We tested it on models of all races, and in dark to bright conditions. True Colors that can let you spare hours of color correction. REGRADE Color grading is all about headroom. Thanks to the Lightform's headroom feature, you can, in post, rise the video level without destroying the highlights, and you can adjust the balance without overdriving colors. Of course Lightform can be used with -4 contrast for a greater latitude or at 0 contrast for a balanced, final look out of the box. The headroom is always present at all contrast settings. CINEMA Option As asked by many users, there must be a neutral version. So Lightform comes in 2 flavours: Lightform C (Cinema) with an enhanced version of the highly successful look of the Cineplus CINEMA Picture Style. Lightform N with neutral, untouched colors, for those who want full control of the image in post production.

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          • Jungfraujoch

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            Went on a family Trip to Jungfraujoch in swizerland. Filmed some shots there using my 550d and the flaat_10 picture style. One thing, that really disapointed me was the colorshift of the deep-blue sky. The sky had the deepest blue i have ever seen, but with flaat (the ones based on potrait) it looks cyanish. For outdoor purposes i will definetly use the flaat picture styles, which are based on neutral.

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            • '21 Forever' - CityLights (Acoustic Session)

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              I shot this acoustic session for singer/songwriter duo CityLights (links below), in association with All Round Artiste clothing store (www.allroundartiste.com) on a scorching afternoon in a local park. This is one clip from a multi-part session. Camera: Canon 550D, handheld rig & monitor. Lenses: Carl Zeiss 50mm f/1.7 (interview shots), Canon 10-22mm wide-angle (everything else). I used Magic Lantern for added functionality and the Flaat_10 picture style (better than Technicolor's CineStyle in my opinion). Very nice skin tones and overall colour reproduction and good exposure latitude. Audio: x1 Shure SM58 mic fed to a Tascam DR-100 recorder (only had one mic on short notice!) Mic was placed to accent the lead vocalist and angled toward the mouth to help avoid an overpowering guitar. Horrible placement for framing, but had to be done! The bandstand we shot in added some nice reverb (boosted a little in post, plus some EQ). No multi-track mixing for us! Not an ideal setup but the results are pretty good. Editing: Premiere CS6, no grading other than basic saturation boost and contrast/levels adjustments. CITYLIGHTS www.facebook.com/wearecitylights www.youtube.com/citylightsofficialuk (for more clips) www.chrisoakley.net

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              • Canon picture styles quick color test (T2i/550D)

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                I took my Datacolor SpyderCheckr out for a quick test of four picture styles: * Flaat_10p * Flaat_11p * Technicolor CineStyle * Prolost Flat (i.e. Neutral with Contrast=-4 and Saturation=-2) The little squares that float in front of the SpyderCheckr are the correct colors. What you see here are 100% crops from 1080p24 videos. http://www.similaar.com/foto/flaat-picture-styles/index.html http://prolost.com/blog/2012/4/10/prolost-flat.html http://www.technicolor.com/en/hi/theatrical/visual-post-production/digital-printer-lights/cinestyle

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                • Lightform C Picture Style Footage 02: ReSkin

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                  Shot with the new LightForm Picture Style, the Dynamic Range Enhancer, compatible with all EOS cameras. This video is a H264 footage from camera converted to prores in FCP and exported as it is. No filters used. Lightform is available NOW here: www.cineplus.ch/lightform.html The amazing Cinema PS is included in the bundle:) Cineplus is back with their most advanced picture style ever. The Lightform Picture Style sports features uncovered until now: RELIGHT Enhanced Dynamic Range Canon cameras have plenty of precious data hidden in the highlights. The only way to deploy it is to edit RAW photos or via a picture style that is able to take advantage of it. Lightform enhances the sensor's dynamic range by bringing down that useful data to a more visible range, before compression. As result, you get advantage of the full latitude of the sensor with a more faithful to reality dynamic range and more detail in the image upper range. RESKIN Yellow, orange and red spots in the highlights, unnaturally saturated skin tones.. Those are all problems that will make you crazy when you will try to eliminate them in post. Again, unless you edit the RAW photos, they will be printed to file and stay there to create problems. Lightform does all the work before compression, to deliver the best, most gorgeous skin tones out of the box. We tested it on models of all races, and in dark to bright conditions. True Colors that can let you spare hours of color correction. REGRADE Color grading is all about headroom. Thanks to the Lightform's headroom feature, you can, in post, rise the video level without destroying the highlights, and you can adjust the balance without overdriving colors. Of course Lightform can be used with -4 contrast for a greater latitude or at 0 contrast for a balanced, final look out of the box. The headroom is always present at all contrast settings. CINEMA Option As asked by many users, there must be a neutral version. So Lightform comes in 2 flavours: Lightform C (Cinema) with an enhanced version of the highly successful look of the Cineplus CINEMA Picture Style. Lightform N with neutral, untouched colors, for those who want full control of the image in post production.

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                  • flaat_12n DR test

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                    !!! I just saw, that similaar has updated the suite. This video uses the "old" 12n from the second generation!!! testing the dynamic range of similaars flaat 12n on my 550D (T2i) picture style. There were several problems, i ran into: 1. There is a sudden blackpoint, which introduces "black holes" into the image. This can easily be fixed by adding a soft shadow rollof in post 2. The shadow arreas have verry little saturation, so it has to be pushed really far. You may notice that some of the shots just have to much DR for the camera (there where some really extreme ones, like shooting from an forrest into sunny areas) Hope you enjoy

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                    • Weekend Randomness

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                      Our weekend at Gräsö, random shots in chronological order Lens: Canon 70-200 f/2.8 ISII Filmed with Magic lantern and flaat10 picturestyle. Colorgraded in AE6.

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