...and small time rental house in Copenhagen.
Well... the old fix it in post is not really the way to go. Sure you can change a lot, but in some cases you end up having to make up complex masks and so on just because you want to change the appearence of an object or remove it completely.
Something that would have been fixable in the shot in a few minutes.
Also, different colors render differently. Even when shoot flat or logish, the basic tones are still present in the object, fx a red coat, a orange chair and so on.
Had those been yellow and blue, it would still look different in the flat image and eventually affect the way you interpret the shot or the emotion of the shot.
Then there's the whole color seperation thing, which you can actively use to draw attention to specific parts of the scene. Dress your setup in neutral or cold tones and put your talent in warmish clothes and you have already begun building a idea with the shot and thereby also help the editor on the way.
Wonder if Lynda.com has become a sponsor of NFS...
Work in progress.... stay tuned.
Canon has confirmed that there will be a new DSLR camera in 2015 which will have 52mp for still images and I dont think it will be in the 1D range........
This will affect their whole line-up and some peoples feelings will be hurt unless ofcourse Canon will try to force us to buy the C series by gimping the DSLR series.
I gotta say.... I don't understand this rating / voting system. On a site like this, it makes absolutely no sense, because ratings are spawned out of oppinion or taste (or lack there of) rather than sense.
I completely agree regarding the final result of his setup. At some point he does say he didn't have time filling the shadows.... I mean, what?? Didn't have time??
How can they open the video with saying he's considered to be the best dutchman with light since Vermere and the have him saying he didn't have time....??!?!
The final result is, well... appalling.
I don't know where the heck the three people who voted Jonathon down learned to light, but if they can't see how wrongly lit this shot was, they will have a lot to learn still.
What you can take from this video, is general ideas, and then take his setup and complete it for him.
The cyc was too dimly lit, the shadows were too harsh and if he was going for late night sun the color was wrong.
The interior wasn't finished / perfected.
All in all... this video is a treat, if you can see what he did wrong.
If you take it at face value as how it's supposed to be done.... ouch.
It's not like we will need that much light in future sensors..... If anything of what Sony is up to is true, then 2.2 is just fine.