- Creative uses of LUT design
- Live LUT creation
- Saving LUTs and stills for post
- Creating specific looks from various cameras
- Applying LUTs in post software
- FCP & AVID
- Other software
On Set LUT Creation 201 Online
Many of the latest camera systems offer either Log or Raw recording modes that give us the most possible information out of the camera. These features are great at keeping the original camera ‘negative’ as clean as possible, but at the same time they can leave your image on set looking very flat and boring. This is where the use of Look Up Tables (LUT) comes in, which are offsets that allow you to manipulate your image and create a look without affecting the camera originals. This workshop is split into two sections.
On Set LUT Creation further expands on the curriculum of On Set LUT Creation 101. This class explores the creative side of LUT design as well as applying LUTs in different post production applications. Working with live camera sources, this class demonstrates creating looks from various cameras. These looks will then be applied in a variety of post editing and grading applications.
This online workshop includes three hours of video content, divided into hour-long sections. Once you enroll, you will gain access to a recording of the workshop for three months and you will be able to follow along with the instructor’s presentation on your screen while watching the video. All videos can also be downloaded for later viewing. Additionally, you’ll receive access to class documents, including the instructor’s presentation, related articles, and downloads.
Price: $99.00 for 3 months
This class is for those who want to learn the process for creating a LUT for cameras like the Alexa, Sony F3 & F65, and Red Epic, and then applying it in post.
Andy Shipsides is AbelCine’s Director of Education. He received his B.A. from the University of Florida and received his MFA in Film & Television from SCAD. Andy joined AbelCine in 2007 and has become a trusted resource, both within the company and in the industry at large. As a Camera Technology Specialist, he has provided technical support to numerous features and TV shows; he also continues to teach specialized camera classes. Andy serves as a Technical Editor for CineTechnica, AbelCine’s technical blog, and is also an active contributor to publications such as HD Video Pro. Follow Andy on Twitter: @AndyShipsides
3 hours of content
HD 1280×720 Resolution H.264 (MP4 wrapped) Compression. iOS and Android Compatible.
Access to the class website for 3 months.
Keynote presentation (pdf), workshop videos, Alexa, Sony and Canon LUTs, Using LUTs article (pdf), LUTs, Looks and Scene Files article (pdf), links to additional resources and software
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