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Hi, My LUTs are made for flat footages (LOG profiles), but I'm currently "converting" them for Rec.709 profiles and it will be available in the next update.
I was just doing this because I exactly need to use my LUTs with the LX100 ^_^

I'll post a message here when I'm done (in one or two weeks).

About color skin, I highly recommend the LUTs made by Sebastian Castilho especially for the Panasonic cameras :
- http://sebcastilho.com/2014/10/05/panasonic-skin-correction-lut/
http://sebcastilho.com/2015/04/19/pleasing-neutralising-panasonic-luts/

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Hello benymypony, I purchased your LUTS.

I hope to try these in Davinci Resolve, which I'm still learning...

Thanks!

I purchased it right now, I already own Color Finale that includes LUT Utility, so I can incorporate your LUT in my workflow.

Thank you so much for your support !

I'm currently converting my LUTs for Rec.709 profiles and "classic" video cameras like the LX100, NX500, ...
It will be available in the next update (today or tomorrow).

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Hello everybody,

I just build an online web app to test all the LUTs from my pack on JPG/PNG images.
You can test the beta version here : http://luts.iwltbap.com/previewer

The use is pretty simple, you have just to drop/load a JPG/PNG frame on the main container and click a LUT reference in the left sidebar.
In top bar you have a ON/OFF button to enable or disable the LUT effect instantly, and a slider to change the LUT intensity.
Also, you can export the current frame as a PNG by clicking SAVE button.

The LUTs will be applied at low resolution to increase speed (the size of this web app is around 10MB, when my pack of LUTs is around 1.20GB).
So, pixelation and banding will appear in the previewer.

More details in the infos box on the previewer home page.

It's still in beta so all feedback and bug reports are welcome ^_^

Benjamin

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Hello everybody,

I just build an online web app to test all the LUTs from my pack on JPG/PNG images.
You can test the beta version here : http://luts.iwltbap.com/previewer

The use is pretty simple, you have just to drop/load a JPG/PNG frame on the main container and click a LUT reference in the left sidebar.
In top bar you have a ON/OFF button to enable or disable the LUT effect instantly, and a slider to change the LUT intensity.
Also, you can export the current frame as a PNG by clicking SAVE button.

The LUTs will be applied at low resolution to increase speed (the size of this web app is around 10MB, when my pack of LUTs is around 1.20GB).
So, pixelation and banding will appear in the previewer.

More details in the infos box on the previewer home page.

It's still in beta so all feedback and bug reports are welcome ^_^

Benjamin

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Perfect, wanted to give them a try on my settings, great job!

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Hello everybody,

I just build an online web app to test all the LUTs from my pack on JPG/PNG images.
You can test the beta version here : http://luts.iwltbap.com/previewer

The use is pretty simple, you have just to drop/load a JPG/PNG frame on the main container and click a LUT reference in the left sidebar.
In top bar you have a ON/OFF button to enable or disable the LUT effect instantly, and a slider to change the LUT intensity.
Also, you can export the current frame as a PNG by clicking SAVE button.

The LUTs will be applied at low resolution to increase speed (the size of this web app is around 10MB, when my pack of LUTs is around 1.20GB).
So, pixelation and banding will appear in the previewer.

More details in the infos box on the previewer home page.

It's still in beta so all feedback and bug reports are welcome ^_^

Benjamin

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I have been using this and it works great. 

I have started using your rec709 LUTs for photos too!

Now its a bit pain since I have to export a jpg with lightroom upload to the site then edit the image in photoshop to add the LUT then back to lightroom for some extra work and the final export. 

It would be great if there was an LUT plugin for lightroom... 

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I have been using this and it works great. 

I have started using your rec709 LUTs for photos too!

Now its a bit pain since I have to export a jpg with lightroom upload to the site then edit the image in photoshop to add the LUT then back to lightroom for some extra work and the final export. 

It would be great if there was an LUT plugin for lightroom... 

I understand.
I'll give a check on how to build a Lightroom plugin ; this could be a good idea.

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Hello everybody,

I just made a free iPhone app to apply some cine looks on photos, inspired by 35mm film prints renders.
The app is named GAMMA 35mm : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamma-35mm/id1071684697?l=fr&ls=1&mt=8

The filters are inspired by real film prints, like the Kodak Ektar 100, Kodachrome 64 or Lomography CN 100 or Kodak Vision3.
Inspired only, not the exact emulation.

GAMMA is fresh, published only few days ago, and completely free without annoying ad.
In future updates I'll create more filters and improve the existing ones.

Feel free to post photos on Instagram with the hashtag #gamma35mm.

Feedback and suggestions appreciated ^_^


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Hello, Few days ago I made a free set of LUTs to convert LOG profiles to standard (Rec.709) and standard profiles to generic LOG.
This library of conversion LUTs includes :

  • Alexa Log-C to Rec.709
  • BMDFilm BMCC to Rec.709
  • BMDFilm BMPC to Rec.709
  • BMDFilm BMPCC to Rec.709
  • BMDFilm URSA to Rec.709
  • Canon C-Log to Rec.709
  • Generic LOG to Rec.709
  • Generic Rec.709 to LOG
  • GoPro Protune to Video
  • Panasonic Cine-D to Rec.709
  • Panasonic V-Log to Rec.709
  • REDLog to Rec.709
  • REDLogFilm to Rec.709
  • Sony S-Log2 to Rec.709
  • Sony S-Log3 to Rec.709
  • Technicolor CineStyle to Rec.709

I'm open to all feedbacks for improvements and new profiles.
Hope it will be useful :grin:

Download (ZIP 10MB) : http://lut.lu/conversion

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