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Cinema raw : shooting and color grading with the Ikonoskop, Digital Bolex, and Blackmagic Cinema cameras

Author: Kurt Lancaster
Publisher: Burlington, MA : Focal Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Step-by-step instruction and full color illustration of the RAW post workflow maximizes your creative freedom and lets you harness the full power of RAW cinema. Behind-the-scenes case studies and examples of shooting RAW vs. shooting compressed allow you to utilize the full potential of RAW cinema for your film Detailed gear lists and tips let you shoot your cinematic film with RAW video without blowing your budget
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kurt Lancaster
ISBN: 9780415810500 0415810507 9780203783429 0203783425
OCLC Number: 865452277
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxx, 200 pages : illlustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword: Virgin frames. Untouched / Michael Plescia --
Acknowledgments --
Introduction: What camera to choose? What story to tell? --
Getting the raw deal. Creating a new paradigm: behind the scenes at Digital Bolex --
What's the deal with raw? The advantages (and disadvantages) of shooting compressed vs. raw --
Film gear for raw filmmakers: a low-budget list --
Raw production case studies. Filmic at 16mm digital: in the field with Ikonoskop's A-Cam dII --
Looking sharp: in the field with Blackmagic's Digital Cinema Camera --
Rich textures and skin tones: in the field with Digital Bolex's D16 --
Raw postproduction. Color correcting and color grading CinemaDNG with DaVinci Resolve --
Color correction and color grading CinemaDNG with LightPost and Camera Raw --
Conclusion: The importance of color depth and the uniqueness of cameras --
Afterword: The organic look of digital film / Joseph Rubinstein --
Appendix: Why you must have 4K and raw and why you absolutely don't nee it / Philip Bloom.
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"Step-by-step instruction and full color illustration of the RAW post workflow maximizes your creative freedom and lets you harness the full power of RAW cinema. Behind-the-scenes case studies and examples of shooting RAW vs. shooting compressed allow you to utilize the full potential of RAW cinema for your film Detailed gear lists and tips let you shoot your cinematic film with RAW video without blowing your budget comprehensive companion website includes bonus chapters, video interviews, and camera user manuals. Discover new cinematic possibilities as Kurt Lancaster takes you through the RAW workflow with the next generation of digital cinema cameras. While your DSLR or HD video camera has done the job in the past, there is nothing like shooting with RAW. Shooting with RAW allows you to capture an image in its purest form, which in turn gives you the freedom to manipulate the image in postproduction without degrading the quality, and with the recent surge of affordable raw cameras on the market, it's imperative that you know the in-and-out of the raw workflow from shoot to post. Exploring the cinematic features offered by RAW cameras, this book empowers you to craft a visually stunning film on a greatly reduced budget. Case studies examine four independent films each shot in RAW, offering insight into different shooting and storytelling styles and workflows, as well as real-world tips and techniques. Delve into the RAW postproduction process with step-by-step instruction on editing, color-grading, and color correction to achieve that film-like look. This book gives you the solid foundation that you need for shooting and editing with RAW video, and applies regardless of what camera you are using. The companion website offers video interviews with the camera creators, including Joe Rubinstein and Elle Schneider (creators of the Digital Bolex), as well as bonus chapters, camera user manuals, and resources for further study about RAW cinema"--

"With the next generation of inexpensive raw cinema cameras, you can finally shoot professionally with uncompressed raw motion pictures--without compromising your image. In Cinema Raw: Shooting and Color Grading with the Ikonoskop, Digital Bolex, and Blackmagic Cinema Cameras, author Kurt Lancaster teaches you how to create stunning films. Cinema Raw picks up with the birth of these new cameras and takes you behind the scenes at Digital Bolex for an exclusive look at how this unique camera was developed. After field testing the three featured cameras, Lancaster discusses the importance of shooting in raw, comparing raw to compressed footage, and walks through the raw color grading process. Interviews with professionals who have shot projects with these cameras are featured throughout--from feature films to documentaries to promotionals--allowing you to learn field production techniques under real world conditions"--

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"Lancaster's Cinema Raw provides a great overview and history on the recent but densely complicated process of raw video shooting and capture."- Jon Yi, 16mm and digital cinematography professor at Read more...

 
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