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#1 Davi Silveira

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Posted 13 December 2013 - 06:32 PM

Hello,

 

I'm posting a new video I shot for some friends. They are getting married and I suggested something different.. 

Everything was shot with the BMCC using an OLD Tokina 35mm 2.8 lens. It's the only lens I own at the moment :P

Nothing was lit except for the interior christmas light scenes, only lit by the practical lights themselves.

 

Sadly, I'm not a color grade artist so please be kind with the grade.. I wish it was better too :)

I've been playing around shooting different test footages with the camera to try to get a better idea of how to expose properly

in different lighting situations. Shooting RAW is great, huge files but worth their size in post. (That can be debatable)

 

Again like the other one, http://www.cinematog...showtopic=60653

I don't have a rig for this camera either sooo sadly some stuff is pretty shaky and given the crop factor my 35mm turned into some 60mm or something around that making every little movement very noticeable. Let me know what you think?

 

Here is what I used:

BMCC 2.5k
Tokina 35mm Lens
Genus Matte Box
Hand Held, no Rig

 


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