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Daniel Williams

I am a freelance cinematographer based in Los Angeles! I am here to participate in this learning community and hopefully add something to the discourse while learning a thing or two..or three!
Member Since:
August 6th 2016
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someone PLEASE clear this up. Lifted blacks. Alexa footage
by Daniel Williams 3 years ago
Hey all. This confounds me, I have a timeline of UHD Alexa mini footage, in the media pool all Clip Attributes are set to Auto Levels inherently. I am coloring on an IMAC 5k because honestly, I am col
Re: someone PLEASE clear this up. Lifted blacks. Alexa footage
by Daniel Williams 3 years ago
Holy. Crap. After 10 months of absolute frustration i FINALLY figured it out. WARNING: If you are are grading on a Mac and using your GUI display for at least a ballpark estimate of what you are doing
DAVINCI RESOLVE ALEXA NODE WORKFLOW let me know if correct
by Daniel Williams 3 years ago
heres my Alexa workflow, new to davinci, but proficient. Let me know if this makes sense, in order to maximize fidelity and Dynamic range! 1. You have a first node which is just your Log image. 2. The
Re: DAVINCI RESOLVE ALEXA NODE WORKFLOW let me know if correct
by Daniel Williams 3 years ago
I understand that, but I was under the impression you can never get the same results from manipulating the Log from scratch, that you can with a 3d LUT that converts RGB values into other RGB values a
DaVinci Viewer window shows clip with more contrast than thumbnails and exports
by Benjamin Leggett 3 years ago
Hi, I'd very much appreciate any opinions on the following predicament: - I have edited a short film and exported an XML from FCPX to Resolve 12.5. - Following a simple grade, the footage in the viewe
Re: DaVinci Viewer window shows clip with more contrast than thumbnails and exports
by Daniel Williams 3 years ago
Interesting. The above quote has escaped me in terms of complexity, but all i know is that my preview monitor in DaVinci, while on a new iMac 5k, looks EXACTLY like the end result when viewed on any a
How to place a gradient INSIDE a tracked power window
by Daniel Williams 3 years ago
title says it all! Help!
Re: How to place a gradient INSIDE a tracked power window
by Joseph Owens 3 years ago
If I am visualizing this correctly, you want to add another treatment over top of an existing one, but essentially a "grad" tracking with some object or horizon line or something. I'd add a key output
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