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#1 Waqas Khan

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 08:37 PM

 

This is Stopdown Pictures 4th photo shoot with the Ojeda family. This time I wanted to make a short Behind the scenes video to represent the relationship we are able to build with the Ojeda family and the variation among all the photo shoots. 

 

Also, not to mention, I was dying to film the entire shoot with my new BMCC. I filmed it in raw 2.5k. 

 

My post process is pretty simple. First, I make proxies of my raw clips in DaVinci Resolve. Second, I do my editing in Premiere Pro CS6. Third, once the picture is on lock I bring it back into Resolve where I link my media with the source (raw files). Forth, I grade my footage by using the Artist Color (which I absolutely LOVE). Fifth, I output a Prores HQ file and reimport that into Premiere Pro, where I make my final adjustments. 

 

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