A quick test of aerial footage mixed with steicam. Kelly Kerr was running his scarlet and I was doing the overhead shots.
A video that Kelly Kerr shot that I edited and colored way up.
I had a Scarlet for a few extra days and wanted to do some slow motion and do some low light tests. It feels like the Reds get noisy fast as the light fades. I had just finished with the coffee shop portion of the Topeca coffee film and Kelly called some students to come and do some late night stuff around downtown Tulsa. All of this was shot at 3K, 48 fps. ISO range is between 1600 and 3200. It is a little noisy but most of it was pushed into the shadows during the grade in Resolve with nothing else to clean it up other than the 3K to 2K scale down for the finished product.
A Kelly Kerr short designed to test the Sony VG20. He had just purchased one after our success with the Sony FS100 a couple months earier. I came on after the edit to do some color and vfx work. Overall it is a good camera if you have enough light but can quickly fall apart if you have some uneven illumiation or are shooting in the shadows. Didn't get flat enough to color easily but I was able to make a look that I am happy with. A great tiny camera that can use real lenses.
A video made by Pivot Films for the 24-7 Kansas City Boiler Room.
This was a mix of different DSLRs and different frame rates. Low low light shots and bright day shots. I did the color and noise removal and snuck in some slow motion. Along with the normal stuff there was lots of sky replacement. Sometimes taking the sky away to make a dreamy glow and sometimes taking a plain sky and adding a super sunset.
The fun part of this was creating a look for each area. Each person, each interview, each area has a slightly different look that bounces back and forth but it all seems to work together. Kansas City.