Category Archives: Epic

Mor (Mother)

  Finishing a music video this weekend. Jazz. Lovely tune by Helge Lien. Did the last few pickups today, and hopefully it will be a fun video popping up over the weekend. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ All imagery on gunleik.com is © Gunleik Groven, unless otherwise stated. For TFP shoots, the images belong to me and the model. It is possible to buy images for editorial or stock usage. I’ll even sell you large prints of most of them…. Contact: gunleikgroven@gmail.com

3,5-camera look at resolution and noise: Dragon (+ADD), Alexa, F55 – pt 2 – Native resolution

A good way to start the party would be with fullraster unscaled images from all the cameras. You have to click the jpg, to get to the fullraster low-compression image. These frames are not all captured at the same second, but they are captured at the same stop and lighting setup and the lights are measured by Geoff Boyle and his lightmeter to be even for all the cameras. Dragon was shot at 5,5k HD, all other cameras were shot at full resolution.   Dragon: Standard development:     Dragon,…

3,5-camera look at resolution and noise: Dragon (+ADD), Alexa, F55 – pt 1 – Preface

Preface. Like the two previous analysis between Dragon and Alexa, and Dragon and F55, this writeup is based on the files recorded at the CML/UWE test conducted by Geoff Boyle. As stated earlier, my write-ups are only to be considered supplementary to the huge amount of work Geoff did on these tests. To sum the two previous articles up: This:http://blog.gunleik.com/?p=1022and this:http://blog.gunleik.com/?p=1202has so far taught me two things: Alexa produces the lowest resolution 1080 image, of the +2k cameras tested, even when shot at 2880 pixels RAW, and the results make…

Epic and Dragon comparison – Part 1, Overexposure

This post might become lengthy… And the images come from Dragons original OLPF. But as this is what is currently the mostly available config (and the cameras I rent), it is still a slightly relevant comparison. I will come with some analysis on Dragon and a few other cameras, as time allows, but this is the most “Ready” images I have at the moment. I will NOT take it through every stop imaginable. Instead I will focus on the parts that mostly interest me, and break down the things I…