We produced a LUT last year that was inspired by the No time to die trailer, and it was rather popular. Let’s see how it stands in 2021.
Layer Mixer Node and Parallel Node are critical to understanding the node graph in Resolve, and understanding them is important. In contrast to Serial Nodes, both the Layer Mixer and the Parallel Mixer allow for many inputs to be used simultaneously.
One of the most crucial aspects of a true film look is halation. Halation is an analog imperfection. A result of trying to shoot with film as a medium.
While you can achieve a lot of film looks using LUTs and traditional presets, we at colorist factory have been digging deeper into the looks offered under our Power Curves Project
As the new trailer for the new Batman 2020 is creating a fresh wave of buzz, we’ve been receiving a ton of enquiries for a tutorial on recreating a similar grade inside Premiere Pro.
On trying to break down a popular Monochrome look from the film “Inside Llewyn Davis”, we understand that Peter Doyle, colorist of the film used advanced techniques and a LUT to achieve this look.
The teal and orange look has been one of the most popular looks used in Hollywood. This is because teal and orange are complementary colors,.
One of the most commonly used print film emulations in Hollywood is Kodak 2383. It’s a legendary stock that was used in films like Joker (2019), Pirates of the Caribbean, The Dark Knight, and many more.
Here is an attempt to bring the powerful “Tenet” look to your average camera footage. For this “look” we are using the “Waithe” look from our sunlight category.
We are gonna talk about best practices about how to apply LUT in premiere pro to make the process easier, faster and efficient (while maintaining image quality) and not that intimidating as you might have heard from folks around.