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Sony FS-700 - BMPCC, KD 5207 Vis3
Bob Wuest - Portrait of an Artist - Documentary Trailer

Bob Wuest is an outsider artist; Painting, photography and sculpture. He has dedicated his life to development of his art, a style he calls Spontaneous Zoomorphology. This trailer/preview is a snippet into the project of the full length documentary in production, which explores his art, story, wisdom, mythology and experiences.

The full length documentary will be 30-45mins and intended to be submitted to a year long round of film festivals before being released publicly. Some screenings will be planned.

Shot on Sony FS700 and BlackMagic Pocket Cinema Camera and graded with FilmConvert

By Kieren Wuest
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, Canon 5D, Canon 6D, GoPro, KD Vision 3 5207, Fuji Velvia 100
Portrait of New Zealand

A portrait of one of the most beautiful places we've ever been.

Filmed in March, 2014.

Music : Ben Howard - Esmerelda

Edited with Final Cut Pro X and graded with FilmConvert

By Florent Piovesan
5D Mark III, Fuji Velvia 100
Sound Thief / FilmConvert

Sound Thief is a documentary featuring independent musician Jivraj Singh, drummer for Pinknoise, and designer/producer. Born to parents who lived life on the road and made music, music was not so much a glamorous externality as much as a way of life for Jivraj. Watch us as we talk to him about his personal experiences and how they've impacted his music, as well as show you a lesser known musical fascination of his.

All sounds for the film & soundtrack have been live recorded at Malik Bazaar, Kolkata.

Sound :

Thief :

Featured Artist - Jivraj Singh
Direction - Aditya Kapur
Cinematography - Arnold Fernandes, Aditya Kapur
Assistance in Direction - Sombit Mondal
Producer - Aastha Singh
Editor - Rajdeep Mitra
Colorist - Gairik Sarkar
Graphic design - Priyanka Mehta

By Aditya Kapur
Blackmagic Cinema Camera, FJ Ast 100
Une Collection de Collections

Film réalisé pour l'événement 'une Collection de Collections'

Montage: Final Cut Pro X
Etalonnage: FilmConvert Pro

Musique : Way of Abyss

Réalisé par Pierre Reynard

By reynard
GH3, PLRD 600
Memories of a beach (Filmconvert + Osiris LUT)

Some moments from barefoot beach while I was out taking photos with my siblings. I didn't have an ND filter with me so the frame rate is crazy high to counter over exposure, and most of the shots were brief with no plans in mind for them. Instead of tossing this footage I decided to use it to experiment with color grading and decided to combine Filmconvert with an Osiris LUT.

Camera: Panasonic GH3
Lens: Pana 12-25mm 2.8
Edit/Cut: Premiere Pro (CS6)
Color/Grade: After Effects (CS6)
Filmconvert: Plrd 600 (16mm super)
Osiris: Vision X (rec.709)
Music: Stars of the Lid (Episode #30, part 1)

By Andrew Jay
Blackmagic Cinema Camera, FJ 8543 VD
Infinity Monday Morning

We were scouting locations in Southern California and we found this gem of a spot and decided to fire up the gear and make a SUP piece. We wanted to create a piece about a morning sup surf session with a cinematic feel. Shot on the BMCC (Blackmagic Cinema Camera) with Nikon zooms and primes, graded it in Film Convert and finished it off in Premiere. Thanks to our good friend (and frequent go to talent for SUP projects) Brody from PaddleFit and Dave from Infinity Surfboards for always supporting with killer gear.

By Chad Jarae
Blackmagic Cinema Camera, FJ Neo
Surf Session: Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz was our last stop before heading back to San Diego after spending 4 days on the road bouncing around California. We got there a little later than we planned, but after spending a few minutes watching the guys (and girls) charge waves, we decided to grab some gear out of the van and see what we could get. We found a nice spot on the cliff and spent the next 30 minutes chasing surfers with our lens. Santa Cruz is one of our favorite Northern California towns, so it was cool to take a break and just film something for the fun of it.

Camera: 2.5k Blackmagic Cinema Camera (a mix of raw and ProRes)
Lenses: Nikon 28-70 2.8 and Nikon 70-200 2.8.
Edit: Premiere and After Effects
Grade: Resolve (Exposure) and Film Convert (BW/Grain)

By Chad Jarae
Canon C100, FJ Velv 100
The Timberman

On the edge of Manitoba's Whiteshell Provincial Park lives Walter Keller, a Swiss national who came to Canada in 1967 with the dream of becoming a cowboy. He never became a cowboy, but instead picked up a chainsaw and began a long career in forestry, before finding a hidden talent in wood carving. Walter and his sweetheart, now design and carve commissioned artwork for clients across Canada, the northern USA, and Europe.

I was lucky enough to spend an afternoon in October with Walter as he worked on a number of pieces, and got an insight into his creative process.

Some of Walter's work can be viewed on his website:

"Solitude" by Entertainment for the Braindead
"Every Waking Hour" by Robin Grey

Shot with a Canon C100 & Sony FS700 (for the slo mo shots). Edited in FCP 7 and graded with Film Convert.

By sam
Nikon D3200, KD 5207 Vis3
Born to Move

Born To Move is a documentary featuring Brandon M. Girouard; professional dancer / choreographer. This short film serves as a window into the talented man that is sweeping the dance industry by storm. From broadway to the las vegas strip, now Brandon is starting to bridge the gap between domestic and international star. Shot in an entire day utilizing the Nikon D3200 Capion serves up a rich taste of edgy modern dance and the struggles of making it in todays dog eat dog world. Please remember to LIKE and SHARE! Thanks & Enjoy.

For more information please visit: or for booking

Coloring worked in Magic Bullet Looks & Film Convert Pro

By Kevin Luiz
Canon T3i (600d), KD 5207 Vis3
My Mother's Prairie

I spent a hot, bug-filled, summer afternoon filming at my home in Wisconsin. Why? Because my (wonderful) mother is an ecologist and has a beautiful prairie. Some of this footage will be used for a film I am (hopefully) putting together for my mom's business. During the time of filming gnats were out in full force. They kept flying around and landing on my lenses, buzzing next to the microphone (which you can hear), and generally annoying the f*** out of me.

This was shot on a Canon 600d using neutral picture profile. Canon Lenses: 50mm f/1.8, 16-35mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8. Aerial video shot using GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition recording in ProTune at 60fps (Narrow FOV)

Graded with FilmConvert and Magic Bullet Looks.

Music by the amazing Austin, TX string band BALMORHEA. The song is 'Bowsprit'. Download the song + album here:

By Jack Whaley
Sony FS100, FJ 8563 RL

Test Shoot with Sankor 16-C Anamorphic and FS100 PP ARC-LOG V.1 in cam 8bit 4:2:0

By John McGrath
Canon 5D Markiii, Fuji Velv 100 (with additional correction)
Kilimanjaro Warriors: Arizona Training

A training hike weekend in preparation for tackling Mt. Kilimanjaro with a portion of the Kilimanjaro Warriors. More information and support for this project can be found at
or on Facebook (

Shot, Edited, & Directed by Bevan B. Bell
Graded with FilmConvert

Music by:
"Photosphere" by Charles Atlas (
"Silhouettes" by The OO-Ray (
"Week Seven" by Ben von Wildenhaus (

Special Thanks to our sponsors: American Airlines, The Airpower Foundation, Air Warrior Courage Foundation, Gary Sinise Foundation, ClimbKili, Cabela's, Oakley, Friends of Freedom, and 1Man 1Mission. To become a sponsor please visit:

By Bevan Bell
Sony FS700, FJ 8553 ET
A moment with Sol

My nephew Sam has a fascination and colossal knowledge of Birds. For his birthday, he had the chance to fly a Harris Hawk named Sol. This short film captures that moment.

Soundtrack by M83 from 'Oblivion' original motion picture soundtrack
Shot on Sony FS700, graded using FilmConvert

By Danny Cooke
Sony Nx5u, Fj Ast 100
FilmConvert Film Stock Emulation Trial

Downloaded FilmConvert Pro this arvo, had a play around. All footage was shot on a Sony NX5U

By mit
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, KD 5207 Vis3
New York City | "Color Commentary" on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

Within the week of posting, my NYC test run of the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera went north of 3k playbacks, seeming sensible now to complement with a split-screen comparison of the untouched footage straight from the camera, alongside that finished product after color correction/grading. I have no delusions of being a studio auteur, who could justify a braggart director's commentary, but after thinking about the option to write a long, wordy blog post, I figured it's easier and better all-around just to talk over my footage. It's a visual medium anyway, and I'm sort of surprised there aren't more of these. Would love to see yours, too.

The video streams by default in full 1080p high definition, so if you get jitters, click the HD icon in-frame to reduce your playback resolution. For reference, here's the original seven-minute film: As I say at the end of this commentary, please add your comments below, and please share your work

By H. Paul Moon
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, KD 5207 Vis3
New York City | Breaking in the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera

[UPDATE: Also check out the split-screen "color commentary" on this at]

On August 29, there were just a handful of Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras (BMPCs) in circulation, but I managed to get one. That weekend, I took a visit to New York City as my occasion to break it in. Manhattan has been a limitless source of inspiration for people far more talented than me, but the Blackmagic technology, coming to market in such a versatile size, invited this cinematic tone poem which might, even so, look different. Instead of creating something like a tourism video, I wanted to try and capture the human energy of the city that New Yorkers themselves know best, driven by the extraordinary music of Richard Danielpour that I came across recently (ringing in my head all weekend as I captured these shots).

True to the elegant simplicity of the BMPC (, I shot the entire piece handheld, using a single lens (Panasoni

By H. Paul Moon
Sony Nex FS700, GoPro Hero 2, Nex 5N, KD 5207 Vis3
Super Drift Italy Final Round 2013 - FS700 - Graded wit Filmconvert

The last rounds of the Super Drift 2013, shot on FS700 in 600fps mode plus gopro and Nex5n Music by and

By Matti
Sony FS100, KD TrX 400
DAWID TOMASZEWSKI - Mercedes FashionWeek 2013 Berlin

Frühjahr/Sommer 2014 Kollektion
Graded with FilmConvert 2

By Anthony
Canon 600d, KD 5207 Vis3
Winter in the Catlins - Filmconvert Version

This was my entry for the Neumann Films "Summer in" competition. Royalty Free music from Neumann Films (

By Brendon Rich
Canon 5DmkIII, KD 5207 Vis3
Summer in Cornwall FilmConvert

Entry For Summer In... Competition run by Neumann Films.

Shot on location in the county of Cornwall, United kingdom by Hana Backland and Jonathan Scott

Equipment used: Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 7D Various Canon Lens, Manfrotto Tripods, Konova Slider, Glidegear stabilizer, Hague Jib

Color grading using a combination of Film Convert, Magic Bullet and After Effects

Music kindly provided by Luke Neumann, Neumann films

By Jonathan J Scott
Canon 1DC, KD Vis 3
Balclutha - Canon 1DC Test Short - graded with film convert

My first day out with the Canon 1DC. Was in San Francisco and decided to visit the maritime museum at the Hyde Street Pier.

Canon Log at 4K

Canon 50mm 1.2, Canon 100mm macro, Tokina 11-16
1080 timeline from AE to Premeire. No sharpening added.

Graded with Film Convert plug in for AE using C300 Log Profile with Kodak vis3, 73% grain and 100% color settings. Slight tweaks in colorista.

"Singing With The WInd" by Melissa Ferrick - licensed through Audiosocket

Thanks to Terry at Texas Media for all the back and forth help.

Also thanks to Shane Hurlbut, Michael Sutton, Nino Leitner, Phillip Bloom and James Miller for al lthe camera tests and raw footage to play with.

follow me on Twitter @RyespyPi
more footage to come.

By ryan kelly
Canon 5D Mark III, Fuji Velvia 100
Sound Thief : Teaser

Sound Thief is the first of a series of mini-documentaries featuring independent musicians based in four cities. This one features Jivraj 'Jiver' Singh, drummer for Pinknoise, and electronic percussionist. Born to parents who lived life on the road and made music, music was not so much a glamorous externality as much as a way of life for Jivraj. Watch us as we talk to him about his personal experiences and how they've impacted his music, as well as show you a lesser known musical fascination of his.

Featured Artist - Jivraj Singh
Direction - Aditya Kapur
Cinematography - Arnold Fernandes, Aditya Kapur
Assistance in Direction - Sombit Mondal
Producer - Aastha Singh
Editor - Rajdeep Mitra
Colorist - Gairik Sarkar
Graphic design - Priyanka Mehta
Production - Autorickshaw Productions

By Aditya Kapur
Canon 7D, FJ Velv 100
PORCELAINIA (Graded using FilmConvert)

This is the story of Teacher, Scientist, Artist- Bobby Jaber.
Bobby is my Great Uncle and for years I have wanted to tell his story. This short documentary film doesnt even scratch the surface of the amount of work and art Bobby has produced. Sit back and enjoy what my family and myself have had all our lives, the artistry and story of Bobby Jaber.

Please check out my interview about this mini doc here:

Learn more about Bobby's work and procedures to producing his art at:
If you are interested in purchasing some of Bobby's art you can contact him at:

A film by Dave Altizer
Starring Bobby Jaber
Shot on Canon 7d in Technicolor Cinestyle picture profile.
Lenses: Canon 24L, 50L and 16-35L
Graded using Film Convert

Be sure to watch all the way to the end for a funny blooper :)

By Dave Maze
Canon 5D MKIII, FJ 8553 ET
South of the River on a 50mm FilmConvert

Wanted to get back to basics. So whilst wandering around Southwark, London I shot some scenes with just my camera and a 50mm Prime. All hand held, no fancy stuff here. There's something about just shooting with no extra gear or stuff to worry about other than exposure and focus. Enjoy.

Edited in Premiere and graded with FilmConvert Pro
Music licensed through

By Jonathan J Scott
Canon 5D Mark II, KD 5207 Vis3
7º Encuentro de Naciones y Pueblos Originarios (FilmConvert)

Nosotros, integrantes del pueblo Mocoví de San Javier que fuimos considerados desde su fundación en 1743 por decreto del Teniente de Gobernador español Don Francisco Javier de Echagüe y Andía como “Pueblo de Indios”, “Reducción” , “Misión” , éramos una nación numerosa, fuerte y dueña de la naturaleza que nos rodeaba. Hoy estamos totalmente olvidados, dispersos, sumidos en la resignación, sometidos, invadidos, avergonzados, empobrecidos, enterrados en el polvo de la Historia, pero no vencidos.
Nosotros los Mocovíes que recorríamos nuestros bosques, nuestro ríos, nuestras tierras, nuestra islas libremente hasta la profundidad del Chaco, disponiendo de vacas y caballos que criábamos, hoy no tenemos ni un trozo de tierra donde cavar nuestras tumbas, ni un pájaro para disfrutar su canto, ni un lugar para cazar, ni pesca, ni ríos, todo está alambrado, todo está “privado”.
El extranjero tiene “permiso”, el tiene lo que quiere, cabaña, cacería, pesca, buena atención, comidas y be

By Facundo Torrieri
Canon 5D Mark II, Plrd 600 - FJ Velv 100
Un signo en el espacio VII - Nicolás (FilmConvert)

Nicolás con sólo seis años es director de cine, pintor y químico. Todo esto es posible en Buñuelos Comunidad Creativa, más precisamente en 'Buñuelos Kids' :D

By Facundo Torrieri
Canon 5D mkII, FJ 8543 VD
Summer in Silesia - treated with Film Convert

A short nature - landscape - travel film Filmed using 5DmkII with Magic Lantern RAW Final color treatment with Film Convert set at: exposure: -0,100 temp: 5600K convert: FJ 8543 VD Size: 35mm Full Frame Film color: 73% Grain: 52%

By Marek Pagacz