[Tig] IR pollution on Alexa shot material
Aidan.Farrell at farmgroup.tv
Sat Jun 27 00:11:48 BST 2015
I'm sure many people have come across this problem at some stage. The purple cast was very visible on older Red cameras when more than .9 ND was used. The solution is to shoot with IR ND filters or hot mirror. As its too late for you I had a major problem grading a tv show called Wallander a few years back with bad IR. The only solution is to try keying into the man made fibres of the purple black that it has affected and balance it out that way as organic blacks like hair etc should not be affected at camera stage.
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>> On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 12:29 PM, Rogério Moraes <tig at colorist.org> wrote:
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>> Trying to come up with a solution for this major issue in a feature
>> that I'm corrently grading. Due to use of ND filter, a lot of material
>> presented major color shift ( blacks, and some blacks only, fabric and some
>> clothing) are getting this purple eggplant grapeish color that I'm unable
>> to remove on primary. On secondary and carefully selecting the clothe
>> affected, I do get some correction, but quality is no good to me. The
>> material is on 444 .mov from alexa, so no .ari to try to fiddle with color
>> temp, tint., etc... Does anyone have a recomendation for me? IF.. and only
>> if... it was shot raw do you think some thing could be done?
>> Thanks all for any input
>> Rogério Moraes
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