Uhhhh these are basic color palettes that most DP's have memorized. If you don't know which colors compliment each other you really can't light a cohesive scene. Also the color palette is usually figured out before hand. The LUT the DIT and the DP use for dailies is usually based on the conversation around the color palette of the film. One morreeeeee thing, the DP makes a lot of the shot and color decisions. Yeah the director has a lot of input and final decision making, but the director hired a DP to help with those decisions. When ever we are working on a new feature at work 90% of the time the DP comes in for the grade, not the director.
It's really annoying that they won't do anything about that too. It's been like that for almost 2 years now.
Yeah, this camera would be such a bore for all your "content creation"
Another article on the Joker please. You don't have enough of them...
Westerns are cool though.... I mean have you ever seen Slow West or Meeks Cutoff?
Yeah, no. I mean if you ever worked with archival material you'll know that the 64 bit switch is a big deal. It's going to cause some people such as myself to have legacy machines and have to create new work flows. Especially when you have over 12 Petabytes of archival material, you can't easily batch and migrate.