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.
As promised in my previous post, here is the K-Tone Picture Profile for the Sony FS100. Seems o be an appropriate time, since Kodak is on the brink of going chapter 11 - so we have a chance to get the "Everything looks better on Kodachrome" look over to our digital cameras. I was aiming... Continue Reading →
Kodachrome was the first successfully mass-marketed color still film using a subtractive color method, in contrast to earlier additive "screenplate" methods such as Autochrome and Dufaycolor, and was the oldest surviving brand of color film for many years. Kodachrome film was manufactured for 74 years in various formats to suit still and motion picture cameras,... Continue Reading →
Today is a very sad day. December 30th 2010 is the day when color film died. And I mean REAL color film. Not just not-black-and-white-film but the one and only real color film: KODACHROME. Kodachrome was manufactured by Eastman Kodak from 1935 to 2009. Kodachrome was the first successfully mass-marketed color still film using a... Continue Reading →