Everything looks better on KODACHROME – K-Tone LUT

Many moons ago, I made a Profile for the FS100, that mimics (as good as possible) the look of vintage Kodachrome film. Now I made a LUT that does the same. I kind of “re-engineered” the KODACHROME 828, daylight & Type A material, that was made from 1936 to 1962. This is the film that came out before the K-11 processing. It has a very nice “Vintage-Sweet-Home-Alabama-Look” to it, and gives you some very special red, yellow and blue tones. It also has a certain elegance and poetry to it that I really love. The K-TONE is a 3D cube LUT that plays nice wit most NLEs and color grading programs. The K-Tone LUT is expecting Log footage as input.


Better dynamic range with ND-Fader filter?

I just stumbled over this while doing some tests. Looks like you get better DR ( in theis case more texture in the shadows, while highlights stay the same) when using a Fader-ND filter (probably any ND Filter) than stopping down the iris.So here is a quick and dirty test I used the MTF BMC…