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Working with Log footage is really easy in Lumetri, trust me, it really is! In this quick tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to quickly get your flat ugly log footage corrected with out the use of any LUTs and I'm also going to give you some reasons for when and why you might want to use a LUT to correct your footage.
Log footage comes with many benefits, for one; it compresses as much information as possible to give you a wider dynamic range and a lot of times colour tonality giving you more room to play in post. On the flip side, this often means you would need more time in post-production, valuable time that you may not want to have to spend, but more on that later.
Starting with our log image we can see that all the values have been compressed into the middle of our waveform which means we need to expand the image so that we can get more contrast into the shot.
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Color grading is a tough and tedious process at the best of times, but remains as one of the best ways to get your film to stand out. One of the best ways to get a pro look without spending hours on it is with LUTs. In this article, we will explore some of the benefits that LUTs have to offer and how they can be used in your color grading process. More importantly, find out how you can get a sweet pack of over 30 LUTs for FREE