Category: ‘PMW-F5’

Rating the ISO on the Sony FS5 / FS5M2

Sony FS5 Exposure Tests

One way I’ve become accustomed to setting my exposure when lighting a scene or studio set is by using a light meter. It is simple, accurate, can be used to pre-light and check lighting ratios, and also allow you to setup your lighting days or hours before a camera is brought on set. It can also be very useful during …

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Coloring with the Venice LUT

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I’m finishing color on a short film I DP’d called You Did This to Me starring Alysa King (Hunters Moon, Bed of the Dead, Berkshire County), Written & Directed by Ryan LaPlante (Holy Hell). Complete post on the film wraps up this winter and from there the film will be gearing up for the film festival circuit in 2020. Stay tuned! The …

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FS7 F5 F55 settings to bake LUTs

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Baking in LUTs has many practical uses including quick turn-around of files shot in CineEI mode or using custom created looks you’ve created yourself or downloaded from the Internet. Also with the F5/F55 and FS7 you can only access Sony’s newer color space sgamut3 in CineEI mode (not Custom mode) so using the feature of “baking in a LUT” allows you to use the …

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Exposure compensated 3D LUTs

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When working with Sony camera’s capable of recording using slog gamma, 3D LUTs can be a great way to get a quick grade in post or even be used as a base to start grading as I have done plenty of times. For shooting I sometimes even bake in LC709A or 709(800) directly into the footage for quicker turn around …

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