An alternative cut of the Walking Home video, just showing the ImpulZ LUT graded shots, and with some extra and extended scenes.
Time for some glowing, grainy golden hour. Continue reading
As part of my ongoing mission to make this site the leading source of up-to-the-minute reviews of cameras that are at least a year old, I bring you: the rather wonderful Panasonic G6. Continue reading
Details of an eclectic building near where I live, shot on a rainy June weekend. Continue reading
Don’t forget that no tripod has yet been built which is as miraculously versatile in movement as the complex system of supports, joints, muscles, and nerves which is the human body, which, with a bit of practice, makes possible the enormous variety of camera angles and visual action.
From Maya Deren’s manifesto “Amateur Versus Professional”, in Film Culture 39 (1965): 45–46. Full text at hambrecine.
I think Olan Collardy’s comment about his film Essence Man is really interesting: that even though he is using a film emulation LUT as part of his grade, he is not aiming for a “film look”, but rather:
I didn’t want an organic look. I wanted something somewhat digital, something out of an Alexa or RED
Or perhaps something inbetween analogue and digital?
This was shot on an Olympus OMD-EM5, mainly using an old Leica Screw Mount Canon lens, the 50mm 1.8. Continue reading
EDIT: Video now in 1080P
I’ve been experimenting with using film stock emulation LUTs (look-up tables) with footage shot on my Panasonic G6. Continue reading