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【18 LUT Pattern in Photography Location】

【18 LUT Pattern in Photography Location】

– When it happens you will move to the location when taking a picture, on the scene the LUT will hit in the camera. Somehow, I want to monitor the out come with a good feeling.

– Sometimes the DIT is absent on the shooting location and 709 is not that good, So it’s a matter of choice for LUT.

There are times like that.

When I am not doing grading on the scene, I also put some LUTs in the camera beforehand and choose from there.

However, in night shooting LUT is too hard but still depending on situations. There are times when I think it’s good when the contrast is high.

So, I made color correction of my favorite LUT, and made something that in high contrast and with a little of low contrast from there.

I put it here

6 kinds of LUT for Log (LogC / RedlogFilm / Slog 3)
Each contrast has 3 difference patterns and has a total of 18
_L is low contrast
_H high contrast

• 33 POINT’s. Cube
• For ARRI .aml
• Sample Image

Katsuyuki Nakanishi
Born on 1984 in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. Graduated in Vantan Film and Movie Institute major in film director. The fourth graduate of JSC Cinematographers assistant upbringing cramming school. While he was studying in Tokyo, he was also working with Director Shinya Tsukamoto's movie at the same time. After that, he became part of the lighting department of Toei Studios Kyoto, studied under Kiyoto Ando and Takashi Sugimoto. In these movies, he worked as an assistant lighting director with Takashi Sugimoto in "Chacha - Tengai no Onna"(2007) and Kiyoto Ando in "The Fallen Angel"(2010). He work as a freelancer since 2011 and became part of these latest movies as a lighting director of Director Yang Ik-June's ”Shibata and Nagao"(2012), Director Keisuke Yoshida’s ”Himeanile”(2016), Director Kohki Yoshida’s ”ThreeLights"(2017), Director Hiroshi Ando’s ”Moon and Thunder" (2017) and Director Shinya Tsukamoto’s ”Killing” (2018).

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