LUT there be Light

LUTs can be very helpful in production and in post LUT there be Light by Charles Amponsah LOOK-UP-TABLES, or LUTs, can be a life-saver when you’re trying to navigate the often unfamiliar world of in-camera LOG footage at the production stage or colour grading in post. The whole point of shooting logarithmically is to get as much dynamic range out of a camera’s sensor as possible. Sony already provides in-camera Gamma Display Assist for S-Log2, […]

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The Netflix Effect

Cinema tech at the top of its game

The Netflix Effect, as I call it, means you can now shoot a series, or a stand-alone feature for the streaming service, on a camera that costs less than £2,000 ($2,080 USD or 2,065 €) – cinema tech is at the top of its game. Sony’s FX3 (pictured above and below), became the latest acquisition tool to be added to the Netflix approved list, at the time of the writing of this article.  At £4,000 ($3,898 […]

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Testing the Elements

Rest assured, world! I WILL be writing copy here very soon. I just need to get the rest of the site sorted out first with all of my stuff in the right place. Thanks for your patience.   Charles

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