SMPTE 2014 HPA: Possibilities of High Dynamic Range Production Explored

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Oct 212014
 

HOLLYWOOD – Although Howard Lukk, formerly a technology executive at companies including Disney and Pixar, has moved into directing (Toy Story 3), he certainly hasn’t left technical innovation behind. At the SMPTE 2014 HPA Symposium held Monday, he presented a clip from his new short film “Emma,” among the very first such projects produced for viewing via high dynamic range display.

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Samsung Galaxy S5’s Amazing HDR Video!

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Jul 282014
 

httpvh://youtu.be/_b6iApsCyOI

“Short film of Trieste, Italy featuring HDR Video and FHD 1080p footage shot entirely on the Samsung GALAXY S5.”

I think this is quite impressive, however keep in mind that this was shot by pros using a lot of additional gear!

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HDR 1080p Coming Soon to the 5D Mark II

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Dec 232011
 

This is great news from Andrew Reid for all of us 5D Mark II people!

Update: If you make a donation to further the development of Magic Lantern,
you are then re-directed to a download page where you may download the 5D Mark II Magic Lantern beta:

Magic Lantern Firmware Wiki

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/34061409[/vimeo]

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFDnRT92ffY&feature=player_embedded

EOSHD tests the new Magic Lantern Unified on 5D Mark II | EOSHD.com

Andrew Reid on Vimeo

Many thanks to Alex at Magic Lantern!

Ginger HDR: HDR Tonemapping with After Effects!

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Dec 222011
 

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/32943100[/vimeo]

“You may have already scene the trailer for Natural HDR. Well, we’ve changed the name (long story) and now it’s called Ginger HDR, and the Open Beta for Windows is available today. In this scene, the parameters are tweaked at 4x speed.”

Please see the tutorials at the link below:

http://www.naturalhdr.com/

Windows only at the moment, Mac version on the way! Click link below to download.

http://19lights.com/license/ginger-hdr-beta-download.html