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Cinema Raw: Shooting and Color Grading with the Ikonoskop, Digital Bolex, and Blackmagic Cinema Cameras from Focal Press is a guide to capturing and editing raw video. The author, Kurt Lancaster, field tests each camera, discusses the importance of shooting raw, and guides you through the color grading process.
Featuring interviews with professional filmmakers that have used these cameras in the field, this text also includes behind-the-scenes case studies, recommended gear lists, and full color post-production workflows. A companion website provides additional resources that will further your understanding of raw cinema.
Table of Contents
About the Author Foreword: Virgin Frames, Untouched by Michael Plescia Acknowledgements Introduction: What Camera to Choose? What Story to Tell? Part I: Getting the Raw Deal
Chapter 1: Creating a New Paradigm: Behind the Scenes at Digital Bolex
Chapter 2: What's the Deal with Raw? The Advantages (and Disadvantages) of Shooting Compressed vs Raw
Chapter 3: Film Gear for Raw Filmmakers: A Low-Budget List
Part II: Raw Production Case Studies
On-Camera Features and Menu Selections of Raw Cinema Cameras
Looking Sharp: In the Field with Blackmagic's Digital Cinema Camera
Filming at 16mm Digital: In the Field with Ikonoskop's A-CAM dll
Shooting with Weisscam's T-CAM
Rich Textures and Skin Tones: In the Field with Digital Bolex's D16
Part III: Raw Postproduction
Color Correcting and Color Grading Cinema DNG with DaVinci Resolve
Color Correction and Color Grading Cinema DNG with LightPost and Camera Raw
Conclusion: The Importance of Color Depth and the Uniqueness of Cameras Afterword: The Organic Look of Digital Film by Joseph Rubenstein Appendix: Why You Must Have 4K and Raw and Why You Absolutely Don't Need It by Phillip Bloom