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  • NEW Authentic Kodak LUT for BMCC & URSA

    Hey Everyone,


    Before we post this upon other media outlets, we wanted YOU "The Community" to have your eyes on this first!

    We're working on a few film LUT's at the moment, specifically for Blackmagic Cinema Camera 2.5k & URSA. (We're also throwing in something for the 5D Mark II.)

    There will be 6 LUT's totally. 2 Film stocks, Normal Processing, Push & Pull. Entirely Kodak Vision3 (at the moment).




    In Developement:

    LUT 5219/7219 (AKA 19) Normal Processing {3 Versions}
    - LUT (19) Normal Processing
    - LUT (19) Pull -1
    - LUT (19) Push +1

    LUT 5023/7203 (AKA 03)
    - LUT (03) Normal Processing
    - LUT (03) Pull -1
    - LUT (03) Push +1



    Specs:
    Scanning at 8k on the Scanity4k, 10bit DPX (this is becoming the standard scanner at the moment.)
    (we will test on a Northlight 2 if you guys throughly enjoy this LUT - we expect an exact identical color replication on these LUTs.

    We will duplicate the RAW look of film 10bit DPX (this should be a flat look out of the gate, with higher dynamic range) just as film would be graded.


    19

    - The (19) will be FIXED at the Tungsten look.
    You'll be able to embrace the pure Tungsten enviroment & definately get that Blue-ish look in Daylight sets. (again, this is to remain pure, and give you more control)


    03

    - The (03) will be FIXED at the Daylight look.
    (which will remain warmer in tungsten enviorments.)



    The reason we're making these LUT's is to have the exact same Color that you might have when shooting on Celluloid. I personally prefer film over digital (for the color complexities and how light is rendered out) but, I also know that it would quite an awesome thing to have the actual film look at your finger tips if you only have a BMCC or URSA. I love other LUT's - especially the popular ones... however, there isn't a whole lot out there that gave me the flexibility AND attaining a film look.



    4 perf grade.jpg
    VistaVision-NorthLightii-DeluxeScans.jpg


    ps-
    We're looking for a couple amazing DP's/Directors to reach out to us and test this LUT before our pre-sale, and release.



    All the best,
    Samuel
    Last edited by SamuelJacobPauling; 05-14-2018, 09:39 PM.
    Best,
    Samuel Jacob

  • #2
    Cool, would love to give it a test ride :-)
    Blog: http://frankglencairn.wordpress.com/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
      Cool, would love to give it a test ride :-)
      Fantastic. Send me a DM & I'll link you with you through email.
      Best,
      Samuel Jacob

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      • #4
        Could you give us an idea about the pricerange for the LUT?

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        • #5
          If you can make a 5248 LUT I would buy that in an instant
          Go to my site to see my current Production and Post Production Gear
          http://www.daydreamersproductions.com/

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          • #6
            Hi Samuel, I'm not as active and productive as Frank here but I'll be glad to test it on my upcoming projects (a few commercials mainly)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
              Cool, would love to give it a test ride :-)
              +1

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              • #8
                I would also be interested. I use a slightly modified Kodak FilmConvert LUT at the moemnt.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SamuelJacobPauling View Post
                  We're looking for a couple amazing DP's/Directors to reach out to us and test this LUT before our pre-sale, and release.


                  All the best,
                  Samuel
                  Samuel, I'm sure these LUTS will rocks. Recently I've attended a workshop with a great DP who worked with names like Antonioni and Pialat, we were astonished by the "golden" kodak color look.
                  I'm not a DP, I am a colorist, however feel free to contact me for any kind of support/beta testing..

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                  • #10
                    I would also like to throw my hat in for testing. I shoot and also work as a colorist. 7219 came out when I was in college and I shot a few projects with it, absolutely love that stock. Also to clarify, is it being built off of the BMD 4K Film V3 color science?
                    Darren Hartman
                    Asyn Film | Banana Stand Media

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                    • #11
                      Interested!
                      www.lightformfilm.com
                      https://vimeo.com/suwanchote

                      follow me on instagram @lightformfilm

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Note Suwanchote View Post
                        Interested!
                        +1. Will test it out on our upcoming short film.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by okb812 View Post
                          Could you give us an idea about the pricerange for the LUT?
                          Good question. We're thinking about the Bulk of all the LUT's being a "Deal" - where it would be cheaper... We're still talking about a value & how viable this LUT will be in order to make that decision.
                          Best,
                          Samuel Jacob

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by daydreamersproductions View Post
                            If you can make a 5248 LUT I would buy that in an instant
                            Great idea! I'll make guy our guys and I keep an eye out for that Stock, and if theres still some floating around, we'll definately give it a go. I think, for now... we want to make sure that the modern emulation is pitch perfect. I'm kinda about the ONE quality version you can trust, versus a bunch of (not so commercially used LUT's).

                            Think: Roger Deakins, in how EFilm created a personally designed LUT for his ALEXA that modelled the Kodak stock.
                            Best,
                            Samuel Jacob

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by nicolas View Post
                              Hi Samuel, I'm not as active and productive as Frank here but I'll be glad to test it on my upcoming projects (a few commercials mainly)
                              Great!
                              Best,
                              Samuel Jacob

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