Jordan Drake and Chris Niccolls of the Camera Store explain when to use log, and how to process it.Read More
Ryan E Walters makes a case for using ND filters even when shooting interiors especially when shooting with a camera that’s capable of LOG or RAW Last week I talked about the importance of in camera filtration, and this week I am going to address why you should be using ND for interior work. Typically, ND filters Read MoreRead More
Raw is all the rage, but should it be? Art Adams explains how Log gives us 99% of the benefit of a raw file in a grade but with much smaller files. Years ago I wrote an article describing how log encoding works using Sony’s S-Log as an example. Sony’s S-Log2 is coming down the pike in Read MoreRead More
Art Adams explains LOG and REC 709 Color Space in relation to finding the best exposures to get the most out of the camera you’re using. This is what the image looked like when capturing in Log. As you can see, each step–which equals one stop–is equidistant from the others. This is not the way Read MoreRead More
Most cameras shoot in a color space called REC709 but the latest digital cinema cameras like the ARRI ALEXA are capable of shooting in a color space called LOG which is a flatter gamma curve allowing you to get the full dynamic range of what these digital cinema cameras are capable of capturing.