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Old June 13th, 2011, 01:15 AM   #1
"The Freedom To Move"- CineStyle picture profile in the real working world.
Johnnie Behiri Johnnie Behiri is offline June 13th, 2011, 01:15 AM

Dear friends.
"The freedom to move" is a promotional video I directed/shot and edited for the "Austrian rowing federation", promoting adaptive rowing.

Shot in under 5 hours and edited in 2...

For me, working with this picture profile outdoor in bright sunlight was a "true saver".


Equipment used:
Camera: Canon 7d, Go Pro
Lenses: Canon f2.8 17-55mm, Canon f2.8 70-200, Samyang F1.4 85mm, Samyang f3.5 8mm fisheye

Slider: Kessler crane Pocket dolly
EVF: Cineroid
Rig: Vocas
Tripod: Sachtler DV8 SB
Bags: Kata

Picture profile: Technicolor CineStyle

Editing platform: Premiere CS2, Cineform
Color correction: Cineform FirstLight

Pictures on the Vimeo page.

Thanks for watching!.

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Old June 13th, 2011, 01:58 AM   #2
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Re: "The Freedom To Move"- CineStyle picture profile in the real working world.

Great stuff Johnnie. I have been using the Cineform Firstlight process with my Technicolor picture style footage, and have seen the benefits of that combination.

By the way, did you use any ND filters in the shoot ?
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Old June 13th, 2011, 02:31 AM   #3
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Dear Chris.

Indeed it is a very strait forward process shooting "flat" then developing with "FirstLight"!.

The fader ND is always on my lens unless I need clear/ND square filters.


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