by Sebastian Wöber | 20th October 2015
Do you work with a DJI Inspire 1? Then you probably know that the footage from the Inspire 1 camera is not so nice out of the box. Following the success of the Mastering Drone Footage tutorial series we’re giving away the LUT I used. Many people asked for the LUT I made as a help to grade their drone footage, so here it is. But first here are a few shots where you can see the LUT applied to DJI Inspire 1 footage. These shots have the look applied with a 100% intensity and no other modifications. DJI Inspire 1 LUT (right) applied to ungraded DJI Inspire 1 footage (left). Note that this LUT is optimized to boost green and blue colors and to neutralise clouds and sky magenta/yellow shift. It is not ideal for skin tones. I recommend grading in Adobe Premiere Pro CC if you are familiar with it. Import the LUT directly in the Lumetri Color Panel (Creative –> Look) and then adjust your settings for each shot as needed. For my film I usually applied the LUT with an intensity of about 50% and did the rest directly in the Lumetri Panel’s basic settings. This way you can get nice variants of intensity as desired. It will look great and filmic when saturation is lowered. To get my DJI Inspire 1 LUT we ask only that you subscribe to our newsletter and in turn you will get the download link sent to your e-mail. This is a double opt-in and will not work with fake e-mails. Your e-mail address stays with us. No spam or third parties and you can of course unsubscribe if you don’t like the weekly newsletter whenever you receive one. Please provide your name and email address for your free download.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 11th June 2011
German based company Pomfort today released the beta of their long named “free DSLRLog2Video FxPlug plug-in for Final Cut Pro”. The plug-in lets you preview footage recorded with the Technicolor CineStyle picturestyle in realtime without the manual handling of an LUT (LookUpTable). Download the plugin here. And see our article and explanation of the CIneStlye and LUTs here.Read more
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