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  1. #1 Desert Elements shot on Gemini 
    I love this and I thought I'd share.

    https://vimeo.com/413755626

    Thanks!
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    Julien, amazing work. The grading looks perfect and beautiful locations.
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    Whew! Yeah, only watched on an iPhone X (OLED) at 50% brightness, but the colour/satch, brightness, and definitely contrast seemed perfect on it (regardless of whether it was bright sun, blue hour, or what have you)! Good job!

    Could you elaborate on the colour correction process? And if you didnít do much in post, can you explain your exposure methodology (False colour? Gio? By-eye? Light meter?) I presume it was all natural light (being mostly expansive wilderness shots)?
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    Hey thanks! All by eye on a SmallHD Cine 7. Log3g10 > Ipp2 Conversion lut > Manual Adjustments > Filmconvert to taste. Thank you!
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    It looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julien Jarry View Post
    Hey thanks! All by eye on a SmallHD Cine 7. Log3g10 > Ipp2 Conversion lut > Manual Adjustments > Filmconvert to taste. Thank you!
    You did an IPP2 conversion LUT first? What did you set FilmConvert source to? (RED Gemini Rec709? Default sRGB? Or did you still set it to IPP2?)

    I watched it on a retina and it help there too.
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