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    Best practices for shooting a dark scene by taking a deeper look at REDís exposure tools, when to target a specific ISO, and how to manage to exposure extremes. This RED TECH explains both types of exposure tools, RAW and IRE, that are built in to the RED camera.


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    Precious info.
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    Super nice... LOVE IT!

    Very clever to do that in a "Dark Room"... Takes me back lol.

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    Did the skin tone video get pulled?
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    There was a skin tone video??I sure would have liked to have seen that one. Excellent, lowlight tutorial!!
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    GIOScope is my best friend in any lighting situation especially in the non controlled one (like documentary), it never fail to protect me from highlights clipping and I can always see the amount of texture in the shadows.
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    I'd like that hoodie....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Lochert View Post
    Did the skin tone video get pulled?
    It's still online, just Unlisted: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUNVH0cwFsE
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    This is great! Thanks!
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