This is one shoot from a music video I made in Greece. (they wanted a plastic look)
Original footage shot on a Canon 7D with the new Technicolor Cinestyle picture style for Canon dslr's (1280x720 50p - Canon 50mm 1.4)
Stage 1: Footage slow down to 50% and then 10% by using Twixtor plug-in for After Effects CS5.
Stage 2: Masked the eyes in AE CS5 and adjusted levels and boosted color vibrance.
Stage 3: Applied Technicolor CineStyle LUT to original RAW Technicolor footage.
Stage 4: Rotoscoped the subject from the background in AE CS5 and then adjusted levels to give a HDR look, also applied Red Giant's DeNoise plug-in.
Stage 5: Made final color correction in Apple Color.
**UPDATE: Some people have been reporting that the .mga look up table does not work. Here is a link to the original .lut file. http://www.mediafire.com/?ynax5kiz5i3ik4d
Link 1: http://www.technicolor.com/en/hi/cinema/filmmaking/digital-printer-lights/cinestyle
Link 2: http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/products/free/
In case you find my monotonous narration unbearable here are some written instructions.
1. Download the first 3 files from the first link after filling out the forms.
2. Make sure you have the EOS Utility installed. Plug in your camera and set it to manual mode “M”.
3. Go to “Camera Settings/Remote Shooting” and click “Register User Defined Style”.
4. Select the cinestyle .pf2 file you downloaded earlier.
5. *Critical: Set your camera settings to Contrast: -4 and Saturation: -2.
6. Record some footage.
7. Go to the second link and download and install LUT Buddy.
8. Open After Effects or Premiere (or final cut).
9. Apply LUT buddy to your footage, go to options and import the .LUT file you downloaded earlier.
10. Apply your color correction on top of this.
The whole point of the .LUT file Technicolor provides is to give your footage a log profile. It adds contrast around the midtones while giving highlights and shadows a smooth roll off. If you just apply your color correction without using the .LUT you will be losing a lot of detail.