Thread: NEW Authentic Kodak LUT for BMCC & URSA

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuelJacobPauling View Post
    Think: Roger Deakins, in how EFilm created a personally designed LUT for his ALEXA that modelled the Kodak stock.
    Nice! His LUT for Alexa is my favorite look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbmjkeys88 View Post
    So your LUT will ..... also debayer the raw data?
    I'm not sure how you mean "debayer the raw data". But, to answer what will happen to the Raw Data is it will be transformed color by color (many many colors) with out any aliasing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuMo View Post
    I love the approach and the samples too!

    Looking forward to playing with this one day, I just love the feeling of Kodak.
    Great! looking forward for you guys to have the ability to have this !
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    I'm shooting a series in July or a short in June if you still need additional field testers
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    Very interesting.
    I can't wait to see some results!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Rapp View Post
    I'm shooting a series in July or a short in June if you still need additional field testers
    Great. Email me at samueljacob@protonmail.com with your work
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    Very interesting.
    I can't wait to see some results!
    Great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuelJacobPauling View Post
    Think: Roger Deakins, in how EFilm created a personally designed LUT for his ALEXA that modelled the Kodak stock.

    Could you point me to the source where it says that the LUT Deakins uses emulates Kodak stock? Only information I could find is that the LUT he uses changes the contrast and saturation to his liking.
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    Same. I checked the Roger Deakins forum and he said he only change contrast curve and saturation.


    And about: "Yes, you won't be able to modify the Kelvin Wheel after applying the LUT".
    Really? How is that possible. I i change the white balance before If apply a lut it should also change the tone.
    Tested filmconvert and Impulz. I am not a huge fan of luts because if you be accurate those "Filmluts" while give you a pink cast.
    Like in the original Star Trek TNG TV Series. So whats the point to convert "digital film" to a "analog film" (with pink cast or whatever) and after
    that you have to color grade that pink cast. I got good results with filmconvert but only using it as a reference.
    And grade without any luts. But no hate agains LUTs. I am very interested in seeing more "film convert" luts.. without a pink tint...
    but that gives you "the feel" of analog film.
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    This looks awesome! Are these planned for the 4.6k or 4k ursa?
    I have a project coming up with the UM4K in high contrast outdoor settings if you'd like me to give them a run.
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