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Breaking down Ryan Booth's grade

grade color teal orange

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#1 Jon William Brumbaugh

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 12:23 PM

Hi all -- So, I follow Ryan Booth on Instagram, and the guy has a knack for creating really beautiful looks with his Fuji X100T + VSCO (iPhone) combination.  It's one of my favorite results from a mobile workflow I've come across, and it's so consistent.  Obviously a very teal + orange grade, but I'm wondering how he keeps it almost natural looking without taking it to a complicated desktop setup.  I think it could be really helpful to break down for quick grades in the future.

 

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Jon

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#2 Macks Fiiod

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 10:32 PM

It seems his work takes these grading tips I read into consideration (not saying these were his direct inspiration)

https://twitter.com/...912993354764290

https://twitter.com/...023818821898240


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