Postcard from the Southbank


Shot one sunny June day on the Southbank in London.
Equipment used:
Panasonic G6
Panasonic 20mm 1.7
FCPX
VisionColor ImpulZ LUTs

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2 thoughts on “Postcard from the Southbank

  1. Hello. It’s really lovely video. I like it. I’m also G6 user. Recently I attended a seminar on color grading. The instructor emphasized LUT when it comes to color grading. Since G6 data is not 10bit I didn’t think about applying LUT in. After that meeting I was searching for it and I purchase ImpulZ Lut too.

    Everyday when I got back home from work I try to do some grade my footage but so far it’s kind of failing again and again. There is a short intstructions on PDF which is in the folder along with LUT. I try the method but I still wandering around.

    I read your other posts mentioned about settings of G6. Could you give me a little hint that I could find way to make a wonderful color grading. By the way I’m using Premiere Pro CC. So it will be little bit different uh?

    1. Hello Chandae. Thank you, I’m glad you liked it.

      I’ve not used Premiere Pro, but I understand that it has built-in LUT support, so you don’t need to use a plugin to apply the ImpulZ LUTs, as far as I know.

      Are you using the “film contrast” Rec 709 LUTs, ie the LUTs that have “FC – Rec709” at the end of their name? eg “ImpulZ_LPP Tetrachrome 400_FC – Rec709”

      I also like to do a light colour correction before the LUT is added (I don’t know how you change the order of operations for effects in Premiere Pro), just correcting the exposure and saturation if necessary before the LUT goes in.

      Did you read this post? https://marginaliafilm.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/using-impulz-luts-to-grade-hdslr-footage/

      Let me know if this helps at all.

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