Grégory LEROY Posted August 22, 2016 Author Share Posted August 22, 2016 I see an hipster friend tomorrow, he will try to fix my color issue. I will publish a trailer of what I'm shooting. I'm not technician like u guys. I sell military/anti-terrorist training, I need a tool easy to use, producing images easy to grade. On 21/08/2016 at 8:08 PM, sina_html said: I previously had the same feeling about Sony Slog 2. But recently I realized that the problem was my workflow not slog2. Here is my recent experience, testing A7R2 in slog-2 with Adobe premiere witch gave me good looking (not necessarily accurate) colors: - first I applied a color transform matrix to convert sgammut to rec 709. take a look at this post: - then I tried to add contrast and saturation with lumetri color. I was Kind of happy with the results but then I tried applying Adobe's Slog 2 SL LUT (in lumetri effect, basic corrections) and found out that it game me better results and I no longer needed to manualy add saturation, just contrast. So in a nutshell: Apply channel mixer effect > Apply S-log 2 SL lut > Add contrast. I also tried Resolve, first i applied Resolve's own Sony S-log 2 to Rec 709 1D LUT (from nodes panel) then found that I need to bring down the Gain quite significantly (I dont know why it happens) and then added a little bit of saturation and it gave me comparable result with premiere workflow. I was aslo recording both internally and externally to a shogun, I found that shogun files needed a data range adjustment before starting the above workflow. you can read about this adjustments in here: https://***URL not allowed***/fix-crushed-blacks-on-sony-a7s-and-a7s-ii-external-recordings/ Thank you for your advice, I'm going to follow what you have written. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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