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Cinema Raw: Shooting and Color Grading with the Ikonoskop, Digital Bolex, and Blackmagic Cinema Cameras Paperback – 20 May 2014
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"Lancaster's Cinema Raw provides a great overview and history on the recent but densely complicated process of raw video shooting and capture."
- Jon Yi, 16mm and digital cinematography professor at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, www.jonathanyi.com
"Cinema Raw is essential for educators, students, and practitioners who want to understand new technologies and how to harness them for the kind of quality in our filmmaking that, until recently, was just a dream for those without the backing of millions of dollars in production support."
-Ellen Spiro, documentary film professor at the University of Texas, Austin; winner, The National Board of Review for Body of War; www.spirofilms.com
"Kurt Lancaster gets you where you need to be so you can make this incredible but complicated recording format work for you. He also tells you why it’s not for every job. With the essential knowledge found in Cinema Raw you will save hours, days, and possibly weeks of your time."
-Philip Bloom, filmmaker, www.philipbloom.net
About the Author
Kurt Lancaster earned his PhD from New York University and has shot documentaries that have screened nationally and internationally. He is the author of DSLR Cinema and has consulted for the Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor, training their print journalists in video journalism, and he has shot and edited documentary journalism pieces. He is an associate professor of digital filmmaking in the School of Communication at Northern Arizona University, where he teaches courses on documentary and multimedia journalism.
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I was a little disappointed. I thought that it would discus color grading from log perspective. It does talk about grading but only in a very general way. Certainly not an in depth color grading manual. More so a history textbook.
A great read though, especially if you are new to raw 12 bit cameras.
But if your looking for color grading theory, check out books by Alexis Van Hurkman.
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