Thank You

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You have bought me a drink…. THANK YOU!

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41 thoughts on “Thank You”

  1. Thanks SO MUCH!!!!!! Your articles and tutorials are the best. In addition to A7rii, I also have a AX100. Would it be beneficial to use the Atamos with that cam? Jim V

    1. It will give you a better codec, so there may be some small benefits depending on what you are doing with the footage. Certainly wouldn’t hurt.

  2. Thanks Alister! Your work is super helpful.
    Do you have somewhere on the site the middle grey, skin tone, and 90% white for A7sii SLOG-3? Or would it be the same as that for the FS7?
    Thanks again.

    1. The same as any other S-Log3 camera. 60% for white, 41% middle grey. But I wouldn’t use S-Log3 with an 8 bit camera, it doesn’t work well. Use S-Log2 and expose white at 70%.

  3. Hi Alister

    Thanks for all the great articles

    Quick question re baking in. I’m using S-log3 and LC709A which the client wants baked in. That being the case if I change my EI am I now back to adjusting the gain of my recorded image or am I still push/pulling the image with the base setting of 2000

  4. Thanks for all the great info you provide to us mignons. Your site is a huge valuable resource for matters related to Camera materials

  5. Thanks Alistair,
    You really do provide a wonderful service to the Sony community!
    I love working with your A7S II LUTS and found your exposure article for this camera very helpful. All the best.

  6. Thank you for developing the above LUTs. They work really well with the S-LOG 2 that I use on my Sony RX10 II. At last, some convincing results that make colour grading worth the effort. A premium beer on me; thanks again.

  7. Alister – Thanks for all the info you share on the FS5 FB group, and building the Venice-for-the-rest-of-us LUTs!

  8. Alister, just a thanks from Denmark, for all the work and effort you help a lot of people with around the world on a daily bases. Cheers Mate

  9. Hi Alister,

    Glad to buy you a drink. I left you a few questions about the Sony Z280 on one of your XDCAM User posts. It was your extensive post about Z280 color settings. So long story short, I am having big issues with my Z280 camcorder lens and need your help! Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,


  10. You’re very generous with your expertise. My donation isn’t for one thing in particular but for your willingness to share knowledge as a whole. Even with people who are entirely unappreciative and entitled — you keep your cool. A professional after my own heart. Much respect.

  11. Hi Alister. Have a cocktail. Thank you for all the invaluable help and advice you’ve imparted through your blogs and tutorials – incredibly useful – and your LUTs have been the starting point for a number of shoots and grades. All the best to you and your projects going forwards! Cheers, Patrick

  12. The LUT was quite useful. I’ve used your other LUTs for the FS7, and tried this one out on the FS7 as well. I know it wasn’t built for it, but it actually looks quite wonderful. The skintones pop, the green is subdued, and it gives the image a nice starting point. The magenta in skintones that’s present in LC709A, LC709, and others are diminished, and the image looks wonderful. Thanks for the hard work, and enjoy the beer! Cheers!

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