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    Looking nice Joe.
    Especially how it handles highlights in the first two shots and how you're addressing the yellow tint you see in film to EV.
    Look forward to trying it.
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    Looking very interesting! Really makes the Extended Video Lut seem too hot, still! Am I correct in that there's some posterization happening in the waves behind her, or is that the forum compression?
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    I'm not a fan of the P4K Extended Video Lut whether for monitoring or grading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanzzxx View Post
    Looking very interesting! Really makes the Extended Video Lut seem too hot, still! Am I correct in that there's some posterization happening in the waves behind her, or is that the forum compression?
    If you push around the BMD Film file you'll see that is in the source material, but the Pocketlexa colors do call attention to it. I might be able to smooth the transition from blue to cyan a bit, but that shift is kinda of emblematic of subtractive color (which the Alexa emulates.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taikonaut View Post
    I'm not a fan of the P4K Extended Video Lut whether for monitoring or grading.
    I find it too contrasty vs the film log image. Depending on the image, using it at 50% - 75% and grading from there looks nice.

    I've also been using a couple of my favorite BM LUTs, and by diaing back the saturation considerably, I get a great image that just needs a bit of color balancing and grading. Easy to do it all right in FCPX.

    Also used the new Film Convert P4k profile on a spot yesterday. Similar in that dialing the mix to 50% is a great starting point.

    Lot's of options for this new color science.

    Which, back to the OP, is why I'm interested in what Joe's doing with this.
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    Whats the news o. This LUT
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcloud View Post
    Whats the news o. This LUT
    Hoping it will be ready after this weekend.
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    Awesome work. Iím excited to see the end result. For whatever reason Iím really sensitive to the kinds of blown highlights I see in GH5S footage. Since Iíve never owned one, it might just be user error, it either way it doesnít seem to have as much highlight headroom as the BMPCC or S35 camcorders fhat Iím used to. So this looks really cool.

    To this day Iím still surprised when I shoot something on my BMPCC. The readily apparent dynamic range and handling of highlights is incredible. With just 2 million pixels, I guess itís pixels are ďbigĒ but still itís increfible to me. My main camera has been an FS7 for a couple years and I still feel like the camera Iíd use to shoot a narrative film would be the BMPCC...
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