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  • #31
    Originally posted by dcloud View Post
    So took the plunge and i have to say this is a great lut. Better than i expected. Was using instant C for a while but this one is better.
    Thank you, Dustin! I appreciate the leap of faith
    Director | Filmmaker
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    • #32
      Just bought it because it's 3 pounds and I want to support people like you, but I lent my P4K to someone so I can't try it for a few days. What would you say the major differences with the standard extended video LUT are? Why were you compelled to make a different LUT?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Seanzzxx View Post
        Just bought it because it's 3 pounds and I want to support people like you, but I lent my P4K to someone so I can't try it for a few days. What would you say the major differences with the standard extended video LUT are? Why were you compelled to make a different LUT?
        Thank you, Seanzzxx. If I'm completely honest, I have a little bit of an obsession with the way I feel an image should look based on spending (way too much) time analysing movies shot on film. Color tonality, skin tones, the way shadows transition into highlights, detail retention, the overall contrast levels of an image... The list goes on! (Must be the OCD).

        To my eyes, the standard extended video LUT has a "silvery" unnatural look to the image. The contrast is too harsh for my taste and it easily blows out highlights even when thereís detail in the original clip. You can bring the detail back, but for me thatís an extra workflow step Iíd rather skip.

        To answer your question, Iíd say my P4K LUT has a flatter image with smoother transition from shadows to highlights, balanced color tonality throughout the image with natural skin tones as captured in camera. Better shadow and highlight detail retention (with softer highlight roll off). I mean itís all subjective, but the kind folks who have donated and downloaded the LUT all seem to be happy with the results which for me is always a good sign

        Hope that answers your question and I hope I havenít rambled on for too long!

        Best,
        -B
        Director | Filmmaker
        w: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress.com/

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        • #34
          BMPCC 4K Color Grade in 15 Seconds using my BozBMDFilm_P4K LUT in Davinci Resolve - Ungraded Footage Courtesy of Les Visuals.



          LUT Download Page: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress...to-rec709-lut/
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          • #35
            Snow is probably one of the toughest stress tests a LUT can be put through in terms of highlight detail retention. Let's see how we did - BRAW footage courtesy of Claus Anderson @ filmsplusgear.com.

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            • #36
              BMPCC 6K - Say Whhaaaaaa?

              With Blackmagic Design dropping a nuke with the announcement of their new Pocket Cinema 6K Camera, thought I'd just say my P4K LUT still works



              Download the LUT Here: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress...to-rec709-lut/
              Director | Filmmaker
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              • #37
                Downloaded and officially impressed
                Blog: http://frankglencairn.wordpress.com/

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
                  Downloaded and officially impressed
                  Thank you, Frank! Much appreciated
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Bozzie View Post
                    Thank you, Frank! Much appreciated
                    Tried it out just now, happy to add to my arsenal of monitoring LUTs, well done.
                    Darren Hartman
                    Asyn Film | Banana Stand Media

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                    • #40
                      FWIW, I use it for monitoring and often as the first node in Resolve.

                      If you've done a good job with expousre in the field/set it can get you very close to a working grade with a bit of balancing and contrast.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Asyndeton View Post
                        Tried it out just now, happy to add to my arsenal of monitoring LUTs, well done.
                        Thank you, Asyndeton. Great to hear!
                        Director | Filmmaker
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by jimagine View Post
                          FWIW, I use it for monitoring and often as the first node in Resolve.

                          If you've done a good job with expousre in the field/set it can get you very close to a working grade with a bit of balancing and contrast.
                          Absolutely, jimagine Thank you once again.
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                          • #43
                            New Video - Apologies but I lost the name(s) of the content creator(s) for 3 of the clips used (artist, elephant and alley guy). If you recognise who they're from please let me know so I can credit them! Thank you - B.



                            Download the LUT Here: https://bulentozdemirfilms.wordpress...to-rec709-lut/
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