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Danilo Del Tufo April 8th, 2018 11:01 AM

C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
Hello there,
I've made a new test in Rawlight, more oriented to evaluate the skin tones, let me know if the color correction it's good enough :


Cheers! :-)

Bob Safay April 9th, 2018 09:25 AM

Re: C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
Danilo, it looks a little cool to me. Maybe try to get that nice warm glow that Canon is famous for. Also, just for my own knowledge what lens were you using? Bob

Danilo Del Tufo April 11th, 2018 02:14 AM

Re: C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
Thanks, Bob. In this test I was using EF 50MM f/1.4 USM STANDARD, at maximum aperture, ISO 800 - ND 6 (the sunlight was very strong). Maybe the maximum aperture has taken too much light causing a little overexposing and cool colors. Till now I still can't have the same results of others C200's users, I'm coming from an HPX170 and this C200 is more difficult to use, you need to be skilled enough.

Here there are two PNG images taken from Premiere, please try to color correct them and give more advise. Constructive criticism is welcome. Thanks again! :-)

First image, no color correction: https://ibb.co/deGYpx (I've reduced the image in FULL HD in Photoshop)

Second image, no color correction:https://ibb.co/eKkb9x (I've reduced the image in FULL HD in Photoshop)

Ricky Sharp April 13th, 2018 07:52 AM

Re: C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
From a photography reference and Sunny 16... to be a f/1.4 at ISO 800 (and assuming your frame rate is around 1/60), you need to account for 11 stops.

Danilo Del Tufo April 13th, 2018 11:55 AM

Re: C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Ricky Sharp (Post 1942990)
From a photography reference and Sunny 16... to be a f/1.4 at ISO 800 (and assuming your frame rate is around 1/60), you need to account for 11 stops.

It's 1/50 frame rate. So what I gonna do about it? What I must change in values?

Danilo Del Tufo April 13th, 2018 12:12 PM

Re: C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
TEST:


Danilo Del Tufo April 19th, 2018 12:27 PM

Re: C200 - Second Test - Skin Tones
 
2 Attachment(s)
New LUT by a friend of mine. Better skin tones from my previous attempt - Canon C200 - codec Rawlight - lens canon 50mm 1.4 - ISO 800 - ND 6


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