Domestique Looked Good

When I first looked at the Domo footage from the DP, it was in ‘log’ mode and was very washed out.  Having never worked with any such footage before, it was hard (really, impossible) for me to visualize what it would look like when properly treated.  But Tony, my editor, sent me a version of the indoor (e.g., without greenscreen) scenes he cut together with the imagery adjusted and it looked really good.  Amazing, in fact, given how little ambient light there was when we were filming.  I was worried all the stuff was going to come out muddy and dark, but trusted my DP.  That trust has been rewarded.

Now for the greenscreen.  I hope to have a peek at that this coming week.  Tony only has time to work on Domo a few hours per week, so I try not to irritate him by constant requests for updates.

Author: mitusents

Biochemist, MBA, then programmer. Now novelist, screenplay writer and hopefully director. What a strange trip it's been.