Leeming LUT Athena – Sony A Series

Here's a screen grab from the model shoot yesterday, shot with the Sony a7 III, FE 85mm f/1.8, Hoya ND8, S-log2, ISO 800, f/6.3 and graded with Leeming LUT Pro. Very excited about the new LUTs, and S-log2 is now my very favorite picture profile; but the banding in the sky just kills it for... Continue Reading →

Sony S-log2 + Athena LUT

I still see lots of YouTubers grossly underexposing their S-log footage, which leads to a bunch of noise to deal with in post. Here's an example of a correctly exposed clip along with a screen grab from the same video on YouTube. Incidentally, prior to Athena, whether shooting Cine2, HLG or S-log, previous LUTs required... Continue Reading →

Leeming LUT Pro ‘Athena’

Alongside the newly released Pro II LUTs, Paul Leeming has also given us Athena LUTs, which he says "are a brighter version of Pro II, designed around placing middle grey (also known as 18% grey) at the 50% IRE level after the LUT has been applied, while retaining the same perfect colorimetry". Both Athena and... Continue Reading →

Working With Leeming LUT Pro in DaVinci Resolve

Once you've added your LUT folders in Resolve, applying LUTs to your clips couldn't be any easier. SOOC Node #1 Leeming LUT Pro. Right click on nodes to reveal menus. Leeming LUT Pro Node #2 Leeming LUT Pro Quickie Neutral Film Leeming LUT Pro Quickie Neutral Film Node #2 Reduce Contrast Reduced Contrast

Magical: Leeming LUT Pro + RocketStock LUTs

Here are a few screen grabs from a recent project, shot with the Sony a7 III, FE 85mm f/1.8, Cine2 and graded with Leeming LUT Pro and RocketStock LUTs. Straight out of camera. Waveform (Luma). RGB Parade. Vectorscope. Leeming LUT Pro, pulled down shadows, boosted saturation. RocketStock LUT (Korben). RocketStock LUT (Arabica). RocketStock LUT (Fusion).... Continue Reading →

Leeming LUT Pro Sony S-Log2

I almost always shoot Cine2, but a question from a forum member over at DPReview about noisy footage at ISO 3200 inspired me to whip out my a7 III and try out S-Log2 for only the second time in two years. I dragged the clip into the Final Cut Pro timeline, threw on Paul Leeming's... Continue Reading →

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