Quick test of the Kodak 2393 emulation LUT. Footage shot on the Epic using the Samyang / Rokinon 85mm T1.5 lens, mostly at 50 or 75fps. Download the LUT for free and read instructions on how to use it here: juanmelara.com.au/print-film-emulation-luts-for-download/
Using a film emulation LUT is a quick and accurate way to give your footage the film look. This is how the pros do it on feature films!
I’ve used this Kodak 2393 LUT on all the grades in my Vimeo videos. This time I’ve kept grading to a minimum so you can see the effects of the LUT.
Also included in the package are Fujifilm 3510, Fujifilm 3513 and Kodak 2383 LUTs.
Update: First colour grading tutorial finally released: juanmelara.com.au/the-summer-blockbuster-colour-grading-tutorial/
A polish born artist Pawel Altheamer presented his new installation during the Open’er music festival. All of the music festival attendees could decorate and write on it creating a communal artwork. Here is a short film presenting the process.
Paweł Althamer (born 1967) is a contemporary Polish sculptor, collaborative artist, and creator of installations and video art. In 2000, Althamer participated in Manifesta 3 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He won the Vincent Award in 2004. In 2007, he presented the exhibition One of many with the Nicola Trussardi Foundation.
His longest-running collaboration is with the Nowolipie Group, an organisation in Warsaw for adults with mental or physical disabilities, to whom he has been teaching a Friday night ceramics class since the early 1990s. In 2008 Althamer arranged for the group to wear matching overalls and take a trip on a biplane, which became the subject of a short film by Althamer’s frequent collaborator, Artur Żmijewski (Winged, 2008).
Althamer was part of the so-called Kowalski Studio at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, along with many of today’s leading generation of Polish artists, including Artur Żmijewski and Katarzyna Kozyra. Under the working title ‘Common Space—Private Space’, Kowalski foregrounded the work of art as an effect of complex non-verbal communication performed by artists in interaction with each other, neutralising individualism: ‘each of the participants had at his/her disposal “a space of their own” […], where they could build elements of their own visual language, and the “common space” open to everyone, where they could conduct simultaneous dialogues with the other participants. All without using words.’
ImpulZ™ - Analog Color Science for digital Cinema.
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ImpulZ™ is not just any other collection of one-click-make-awesome presets - it’s a complete toolkit to transform the way you’ll approach color grading. More details coming soon.
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For a full review of ImpulZ, check here: blog.sherifmokbel.com/?p=220
I got the ImpulZ Pro LUT set the day it was launched mainly because this is the first LUT set to consider GH4 in its presets. ImpulZ is a film emulation LUT product, created by VisionColor and distributed by Denver Riddle, founder of Color Grading Central. He has been offering us a superb collection of color grading tools for our modern digital cinematography workflows, so I was sure I’m getting a product of a high quality from him and his affiliates.
CineD picture Profile
Master pedestal +10
Panasonic 12-35mm F/2.8
Panasonic Leica 25mm F/1.4
Panasonic Nocticron 42.5mm F/1.2
Final Cut X
25FPS timeline for 42% slow motion effect
LUT Utility (colorgradingcentral.com/lututility ) to apply the LUTs
Khaled Hamdy khaledhamdy.net
Davin has been estranged from his family for five years. He returns home in desperate need of financial help from his sister, his only living relative. During what is supposed to be a quick visit, he learns that his sister may need more help from him than he needs from her.
All shot on GOPRO HDHERO3+ , DJI Phantom 2, Zenmuse H3-3D Gimbal. Shot in Ventura, CA.
The tragic story of a spare tire who struggles to find a new purpose.
Created by Megan McShane: meganmcshane.tumblr.com
Official selection at Hamburg Animation Film Festival, Animation Block Party, and Blue Plum Animation Festival.
Follow Tired on Facebook: facebook.com/RollAwayFifthWheel
All works Copyright 2014 Megan McShane
I told myself I wouldn’t make any more pet videos. But when I saw those two faces squished together like that, I couldn’t resist.
****R.I.P. Clementine - Dec 15, 2009 - Jan 28, 2013 Passed away in her sleep at the tender age of 4. Not a day will go by without us remembering how much joy she brought our lives.
Band: El Perro Del Mar
Song: Inside the golden egg
Jonah took the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera out on a lovely summer afternoon along with the Nikon lenses, Canon lenses, and Metabone Speed Booster adapters for both lenses.
Magnanimous Media offers video production equipment for rental; the Canon C500 and Sony F55 to Wireless Lavs and Light Kits we have all the essentials at a great price.
If you love visual comedy, you gotta love Edgar Wright, one of the few filmmakers who is consistently finding humor through framing, camera movement, editing, goofy sound effects and music. This is an analysis and an appreciation of a director so awesome that Marvel had to fire him on a holiday.
For educational purposes only. You can follow me at twitter.com/tonyszhou
For further reading/viewing, I highly recommend:
David Bordwell’s essay on funny framings: davidbordwell.net/blog/2007/04/30/funny-framings/
David Chen’s video essay on Wright’s use of close-ups: vimeo.com/85311313
And Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal: youtube.com/watch?v=ohJtvuCAsp4
Directed by Derin Seale at Finch.
Shot on Arri Alexa with Cooke S4s.