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Old June 10th, 2011, 03:44 PM   #16
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Re: Test of Different Picture Profiles, including Technicolor Cinestyle

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Then I made the mistake when I shot my daughter...
Yes, that sounds like a mistake... =)

All kidding aside:

I think too many happy amateurs fall into the trap of shooting flat and then spending 4 hours on a computer to recreate what the camera could already have done for you internally pre-compression.

The ability for shooting flat is great for speciality needs, and the 5D mkII, is used extensively in professional environments, but that doesn't mean that it is the end all for family clips.

And going from 0 to 2 on sharpness might do wonders to your clips. Aliasing and moiré are still there even if you set sharpness to 0.

Technically it's best not to sharpen in camera, but you will then need to do it in post, and that can be time consuming for small projects.
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Old June 10th, 2011, 08:36 PM   #17
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Re: Test of Different Picture Profiles, including Technicolor Cinestyle

Yes I have also "shot" many other people including Hillary Clinton. Funny how you can use such a simple word and it is taken the wrong way!! :) I try to use "film" instead of "shot" but that doesn't really work well either.

I really don't shoot much family stuff. It just happened that my girls found the butterfly and came running in and I grabbed the camera.

I will try out your suggestion of raising the sharpness a little. I may play with the contrast some as well.

I do like the Technicolor profile if you run it through LUT Buddy. You need to underexpose about 1/2 stop as well.

Thanks for your comments and sense of humor.
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