Processed / Graded
Original , shot by Jerome Hof on the Kinefinity Mavo Edge
This is a key part of how I study :
When learning stuff I usually try to find something to do in the form of drills daily to find new processes and points of failure.
Have you found there's anything like this that works for you?
Lately I'm just alternating between a few things : taking images and trying to fit them into the world of a movie that I like, or I'm taking shots and trying to solve / build a personal style . (in this reference's case I find there's often a lot of untapped detail and color variation "sleeping" in the image. Density + Luminance channel sharpening + scaling push + monochromatic noise ( creating perceptual sharpness) + pushing more colour separation.
Also sometimes I'm drawing workflow charts to make sense of things.
(Like mentally splitting overall tonal range from contrast ratio.)
On a journey. Searching for something. Sharing what's found.