Very nice! Thanks
Mini-REDucations! Great! Will this and future tutorials be accessible as a menu of tutorials in one location at some time in the future? It would be nice to have them together so we won't need to search around for them?
When will we be able to load lift, gamma, gain settings onto the camera? Also, with the wireless capabilities of the camera, why not have RCX send looks wirelessly?
Attending a weekend lighting seminar at the Local 600 in Secaucus, NJ open to the public. Got some good tips from some awesome panelists on how to go about defining a workflow for the acquisition/editorial path I have in mind. Videos like this are IMMENSELY helpful in breaking through the learning curve! Thank you! I look forward to some detailed videos on monitoring paths and options.
Last edited by Nikhil Kamkolkar; 06-24-2012 at 08:01 PM.
BTW, we were just doing some tests yesterday, with a World Famous Stylist and I had to run the Red Mag ion to the Laptop to get a look made on RCX-Pro so to show her what is the power of Raw and how we could get the image to the point needed.
Now if the lighting is to remain the same during and entire scene then I believe that this is a VERY IMPORTANT tool and that will immediately benefit on set in situations as this, so that the client immediately sees the image with a certain look on it, giving a better presentation on the images themselves.
I however would suggest to insure that a look is created on the spot at the very beginning of a scene, say during rehearsal, so that when all else is there the look is applied and the Director, if stranger to R3D's can ready see an image that is as if finished coming right out of the recording monitor.
Looks IMO, need to be as many as the set ups you do, as they do work, and some time they do not work, under different lighting set ups, good thing is, that this is so EASY!!
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