Shot on the Sony a6300 in slog3 (PP8)
4k 24fps 100m down scaled to 1080
slow motion shots are 1080 120fps 100m
Color corrected and graded in resolve using the cameras output mp4 file. I see a difference in image quality shooting between the 4k and 1080p 120fps. The 1080 120p seems to have more digital noise (color pixelates) and can be a bit tough to correct in the grading process, at least for me anyway.
I used a 4k grain scan to hide the noise a bit. i did’nt use any bounce to soften the shadows which i regret on some of the shots.

Osiris m31 lut

Sony E 16-70mm f/4 Zeiss Vario-Tessar

Model: Joan Urchin ( )

Music: “Will I Ever See Another Sunrise?” by Kai Engel (

Filmed on a Sony a6300
Footage was recorded 2.0+ exposure @4k 24fps down scaled to 1080p
I used a 16-70mm 4.0 zeiss with Gobe ND filter for exterior and a 35mm 1.8 sony for interior
1/50 800 ISO – f1.8 interior f8 exterior
Shot in slog3 pp8 and used a VisionColor Osiris LUT with adjustment in Adobe Premiere CC
A few clips i used a Dji Ronin-m
I noticed when shooting gradients that color banding becomes very apparent if over 2+ stops, so i may start shooting at a little over 1+ exposure. Also, when I was shooting a timelapse using a intervalometer app outside on a tripod during a sunny afternoon the camera shut off within 10 minutes due to over heating. i fixed the issue by using a light bounce to create shade over the camera.

Song Artist: “Cosmic Tingles” by Lee Rosevere (

Sony a6300
1080p 120fps
ISO 3200 1/250 @ f4 w/Gobe ND Filter
Slog3 S-Gamut3.Cine
Graded with Speedgrade CC
Slog3 Camera Patch
Kodak 5218 Kodak 2395 LUT + Primary Adjustment + RGBCurves
Final Lumetri color adjustments in Adobe Premiere CC

Sound Artist: “Ckoch” by InSpectr (