Quick breakdown of how the deep color processing of VisionColor ImpulZ 3D LUTs and grain can greatly enhance the realism of computer generated imagery.
Go to vision-color.com/impulz to learn more!
The combination of a Kodak Vision3 500T 5219 negative emulation (Cineon), virtual 2383 print-out and 4K film grain overlay help blend the individual elements together while transforming the rather lifeless computer generated image into an organic vista that has the color and grain qualities of industry standard film stock.
Custom color grading can be performed in between the negative and print film emulation for greater flexibility and control.
Shots taken on National Stadium in Warsaw (Poland) - 05.01.2014
Camera: Canon 60D + Magic Lantern RAW_REC
Graded with VisionColor OSIRIS
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm f3.5, Sigma 17-50 f2.8 OS
Music (free from Jamendo): Rob Costlow - Meant to Be
Not long ago I was coming along on a photo shoot with my buddy Stephan Dinges and two girls in medieval themed knight armor. The video shows some impressions I took with my dslr.
At the same time I was testing the RAW video capabilities of Magic Lantern on the Canon 60D. Although it had to be blown up slightly to 1080p it still looks very nice and gives a nice organic feel. I will definitely try out more things with this.
In this video I tested the new Koji Luts and some negative Impulz.
The video was shot on BMPCC (Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera) in RAW, 1080p, 25fps, 180 shutter angle, aperture 2.0. I used my Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 with Speedbooster Metabones for Nikon. In the first part I shot at 400 iso and then 800. Graded in DaVinci Resolve.
You can download the original file and compare the LUTs.