When eLin was in beta, I recorded three screen capture sessions demonstrating its basic functionality. Although they are long on wind and light on production value, they provide a solid introduction to eLin and decent visual examples of the benefits of compositing in a photometrically linear, extended dynamic range color space.
First up is LA Day. Using a very early version of eLin, I show off how overbrights can be helpful in comping and color correction, even if your source material has none. You can download sample files and play along at home.
Next up is Speedo. This is another example of generating overbrights from an LDR source—this time in a motion graphics context. This one also has sample files.
Last is ePot, wherein we utilize the tireless teapot, and then later a helicopter, to show how eLin improves the compositing of 3D renders.
Thanks to Red Giant Software for hosting these files!