I have some Cokin P 80 and 85 filters to put on the front of my lenses for the Bolex and Arri...
So my question is, IF you are going down the route of just filming grey cards with the stock in the mag and then correcting in post, do people shoot with tungsten or daylight? Is there a preferred 'direction' that color correctors like to correct? Does it matter?
Or is good practice to shoot with a filter and reload every time?
I will be telecine-ing through i-dailies in London but have Final Cut Pro and Color in my studio so can correct it later - using Magic Bullet for the tastier effects.... Should I ask i-dailies to color correct at all? As they will be cropping for me to widescreen from a taped ground glass is it too much to ask for color correct as well?
Thanks for your time guys and gals..
Edited by Simon Jon Knight, 11 November 2012 - 04:56 AM.