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Old June 24th, 2011, 03:28 PM   #1
7 Cameras, 3 Camera Ops Wedding
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Old June 29th, 2011, 11:55 PM   #2
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:09 looks a little flat on my monitor, maybe up the contrast a tiny bit.
:15 color balance looks a little cool
:24 try to wb the tungsten out. Cineform with its slider is a good tool.
If your using a neutral pictures style, color correct it back to contrasty standard to get rid of the flatness.
These cameras don't handle highlights at all (look at the recent zacuto shootout). Expose for your highlights to retain detail in your footage. The brides dress is getting blown out and your loosing detail in a large portion of your frame.
1:07, this is a good exposure, all your other shots should match this. You've got the blue of the sky still.
1:34 watch for camera bags in your shot.
2:00 add a little unsharp mask and some sharpness at 12. Footage is a little soft. Groups, make sure your ap is over 5.6.
2:11 shoots seem a little tight, shoot loose and you can crop in post. Also helps with stabilizing in post.
2:14 I would replace
2:32 watch your wb. Tungsten light really saturates an image. Its good to drop it down a notch in the picture profiles.
Rach focusing, its like salt and pepper effect, use it conservatively, IMO/taste.
2:39 when you have little light, expose for the darks, I would have dropped to 1/30 and 1600 to bring up the exposure on this shot.
Look into flash removal software
Last shot is the best one ;-)
Good work. Looks like each of your weddings is uping its game from the last one.
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Greg, I can't thank you enough! This is the kind of feedback that I love to get! This really helps a lot! You were dead on with every point. You have a great eye. I really really appreciate your input.
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No problem. Lot of the guys on this forum have helped me out, and their support has helped me grow.
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