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  1. #1 70's period LUT 
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    Are there any free download 70's period LUT out there on the Internet?
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    Might need to be a bit more specific... There were a lot of looks in the 70s...
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    At this time, just any 70's looks that I can check out. I can only find paid versions without any trial to test it out. I don't mind paying if there are none free but I'd like to test it first.
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    In 1974-76 they changed the processing to the new ECN2 process, and Kodak 5247 (Star Wars/Close Encounters was shot on that)
    Kodak sold the new 5247 starting sometime in 1974, but in the U.S., cinematographers could still buy & use 5254, since a lot of them didn't like the new material.

    So any 5247 or 5254 LUT would be a good starting point.
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    Or if you want the ectachrome look just limit your dynamic range to 2 stops over under. Blow out the highlights, crush the blacks. May ego a bit yellow as the blue layer fades.
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    That's not "the 70s look" - that's film damage after 40+ years

    If that's what he is after, any old Instagram filter can do that.
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    I used a good Kodak 5254 LUT at a place in Phoenix I was working at a lot... don't know who's it was- just showed up in their list as "Kodak 5254 35". I thought it hit the mark pretty well for 60's and 70's look.
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    Frank and Dane, the Kodak 5254 LUT is what I'll start on. Thank you for the recommendation.
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    Tested many luts over the past month. only recommend "Filmconvert" Plugins / LUTs.


    juan melara also found out that filmconvert are pretty acurat.

    http://juanmelara.com.au/blog/the-hi...de-filmconvert
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