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Die Hard With A Vengeance Regrade (35 Project #2)
#61
I was referring to the blu ray release PDB. Sorry should have made myself clearer.
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#62
(2017-12-29, 09:57 PM)zoidberg Wrote: I was referring to the blu ray release PDB. Sorry should have made myself clearer.

Ah got ya.
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#63
I took as many pictures as I could until my phone's memory was full. I covered about 1h11 minutes. Not all pictures are accurate though, and many have blown out whites, overly bright.
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(2017-12-30, 01:28 AM)Beber Wrote: I took as many pictures as I could until my phone's memory was full. I covered about 1h11 minutes. Not all pictures are accurate though, and many have blown out whites, overly bright.

Still that's great. I'm curious to see the pics
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(2017-12-29, 09:38 PM)PDB Wrote: Ask someone if they can tell you the film stock it's printed on. I'm thinking Eastman LPP in the 90's era 2's. I think that's were a lot of the green is coming from.

I read your message after coming back from it, so... And in fact, now that I've seen it again, there are many scenes that are rather on the blue side than the green side. Overall, I confirm that your regrade needs more saturation and a golden warmth.

Here are a couple of 'em:

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I'll upload the about... 800 pictures and then share the link with you.
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(2017-12-30, 02:07 AM)Beber Wrote: I'll upload the about... 800 pictures and then share the link with you.

Damn, do you even watch the movie or just take pictures for projects? Big Grin
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(2017-12-30, 02:07 AM)Beber Wrote:
(2017-12-29, 09:38 PM)PDB Wrote: Ask someone if they can tell you the film stock it's printed on. I'm thinking Eastman LPP in the 90's era 2's. I think that's were a lot of the green is coming from.

I read your message after coming back from it, so... And in fact, now that I've seen it again, there are many scenes that are rather on the blue side than the green side. Overall, I confirm that your regrade needs more saturation and a golden warmth.

Here are a couple of 'em:

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I'll upload the about... 800 pictures and then share the link with you.

Great, those images are workable. I can reclaim luma from the BD to fix blow outs
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#68
That's some damn fine grain here!
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(2017-12-30, 03:54 AM)Colek Wrote: Damn, do you even watch the movie or just take pictures for projects? Big Grin

Well, this time I went to analyse the print, not really to enjoy the flick. It was the 3rd time I saw it on 35mm since 2014.

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#70
Some of these cyan pics remind me of the Basic Instinct 35mm print I saw in 2015 or so. And the Blu-ray, as I recall comparing it afterwards, is not far off. I'll rewatch that, it might be a good lead to recapture the mood of Die Hard 3.
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