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We created a Film Emulation LUT and here’s how it compares to Resolve’s Film LUT
We’ve rebuilt resolve’s 2383 LUT from scratch in Fusion and while this is an attempt to emulate the LUT as closely as possible, a creative flavour is added to it.
10 times better saturation under LUT (HSV trick)
A process of achieving a film-like saturation on your digitally shot footage that is more subtle, dense, and pleasing to the human eyes.
Get more from your LUTs when color grading (Pro Secrets)
In this blog, you’ll find out how to Modify a LUT correctly to retain the color characteristics of a stylistic LUT while subtracting the baked-in contrast as each creator’s creative preference requires a different contrast.
Professional’s secret guide to fixing white balance in Under a minute. #filmlook
Hope you all are overflowing with ideas and beaming with imagination. In this blog, we will tell you what white balance is and guide you on how to fix it in DaVinci Resolve using a minimalistic technique.
Ultimate Secret to better Halation in Davinci Resolve
This week we will guide you on how to create a halation effect on your digitally shot footage to give it a characteristic of a processed film, that will help you to achieve thematic expression for your videos.
LUTs in Davinci Resolve: Get way better results. Tetrahedral Interpolation vs Trilinear Interpolation.
Hope you all are overflowing with ideas and beaming with imagination. This week we will guide you on how to apply a LUT appropriately using Da Vinci Resolve software so that you don’t lose your artistic expression for technical accuracy.