I see this all the time “which LUT should I use to get this look” or “I like that, which LUT did you use”. Don’t get me wrong, I use LUT’s and they are a very useful tool, but the now almost default reversion to adding a LUT to log and raw material is killing … Continue reading Are LUT’s Killing Creativity And Eroding Skills?
I’ve uploaded these LUT’s before, but they are tucked away under a slightly obscure heading, so here they are again! There are 4 different LUTs in this set. A basic 709 LUT which is really good for checking exposure etc. It won’t give the best image, but it’s really good for getting your exposure just … Continue reading Film Emulation LUT’s for S-Log3 and S-Log2.
I released my first version of the Venice Look LUT’s a few weeks ago and they have been a big hit. Overall most people seem to like them and get some great results. I’ve seen quite a few good looking videos produced using them. I have received some feedback though that some people feel that … Continue reading New Venice Look LUT’s Version 3. Includes minus green LUTs. For FS5, FS7, F55, A7S, A7R.
Hello all. So after numerous problems for some people trying to download the official Sony s709 LUT for Venice, I decided to create my own Venice Look LUT’s. These LUT’s have been created using image matching techniques plus some small tweaks and adjustments to make the LUT’s work well with the 14 stop cameras. Venice … Continue reading Venice Look LUT’s For 14 stop cameras A7, FS5, FS7, F5, F55 etc.
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If using a LUT to judge the exposure of a camera shooting log or raw it’s really important that you fully understand how that LUT works. When a LUT is created it will expect a specific input range and convert that input range to a very specific output range. If you change the input range … Continue reading Using LUT’s for exposure – choosing the right LUT.
This website has a great feature. If you look up in the top left corner of every page you will see a small magnifying glass symbol. If you click on that it will allow you to search the entire site for information… and there’s lots and lots of hint, tips and guides going back many … Continue reading Looking For LUT’s for the Sony S-Log2 and S-Log3 Cameras?
The new Sony A6300 is making quite a stir. This compact interchangeable lens camera has an amazing feature set that is very similar to the features found on it’s bigger brothers the A7sII and A7RII. As a video camera it’s also capable recording using the XAVC-S codec in both HD and UHD(4K). It can even … Continue reading Using S-Log2 and S-Log3 with the Sony A6300 (with LUT’s to download).
This is an often asked question about the Sony PMW-F55, F5 and FS7 cameras. There are several modes and options where the LUT’s are not available or restricted to either all on or all off. That is to say that you can’t have LUT’s on for just the viewfinder or just the SDI output, you … Continue reading Why can’t I have LUT’s in S&Q on the F5, F55 and FS7?
Here are a couple of high dynamic range WYSIWYG LUTs to play with. These are for the F5/F55/FS7. The camera should be set to SGamut3.cine/S-log3 and the EI should be set to the base EI (2000EI F5/F55 and 1250 EI on the F55). WYS-ACALW1 will give almost the full dynamic range of the camera with … Continue reading WYSIWYG LUT’s to play with.