was there any fill on the kids or all natural?
did you have to turn the overexposure sun protection thingy off?
I think the shot speaks for itself. I shot this by myself handheld (30+ lb rig w/ no handles attached) so it was a bit awkward.
No fill, just me and the sun which was setting behind the kids who are in the shadows.
We are seeing a good bit of grain in the 4K footage in the shadow areas as we color correct.
footage shot at 320 ASA, 24fps, 1/48th shutter
Any chance you could post a short clip of the close-up of the young girl's face. Curious about how the camera is capturing the texture and color of her face. Thanks.
IMO, that clip speaks for itself considering the conditions. The leaves on the branch between the girl and the boy are still definable. The other thing I noticed, which I would expect, was hardly any serious colour fringing around the faces against the bright sunlight; at least viewing on my small PC monitor. Out of interest, what ND's and lens were you using?
I am impressed; taking the camera to extreems speak volumes about the latitude of this amazing sensor, thanks for posting digitalfx.
The lens was a 32mm Ultra Prime, the only filter was a Polarizer.
I will post a new clip in a few minutes...same stuff so dont get too excited.
I do have a close up.
I should have some commercial stuff soon, this was all shot on the first day in my backyard with my kids.
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