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Johnnie Behiri May 7th, 2011 11:59 PM

Palace vs. Technicolor
Dear friend.

Utilizing Technicolors LUT.
Details in the Vimeo page.

Split screen version:



Thanks for watching.


Jon Fairhurst May 8th, 2011 01:40 AM

Re: Palace vs. Technicolor
Looks great! Nice tripod work. What tripod did you use?

One flaw I see is some 8-bit contouring in the sky as you pan from the side of the palace. Aside from that, the highlights are well controlled, and the blacks retain detail. Nice!

Giroud Francois May 8th, 2011 02:02 AM

Re: Palace vs. Technicolor
well when you compare, the 2nd one looks sexier, but whites are a bit overburned.

Jeff Troiano May 8th, 2011 07:41 AM

Re: Palace vs. Technicolor
Looks great!

Any chance on putting together a side by side? 1/2 screen as shot, the other half with LUT applied?

Thanks again for posting your comparison.

Johnnie Behiri May 8th, 2011 09:52 AM

Re: Palace vs. Technicolor
Hi Jeff. Thanks for watching and commenting.

I have updated my original post with a split screen version.

All the best,


Jeff Troiano May 8th, 2011 12:23 PM

Re: Palace vs. Technicolor
Thank you for putting up the split screen. I'm at work, so ill have to wait until I get home to check it out.

Could someone correct me if I'm wrong, would using the LUT be like using a "canned" look, inside magic bullet looks? I could take the flat profile video and put into color, or some other grading program, or use color correction in my NLE, and dial in a similar look. With the LUT, it gets me there, then I can tweak, or I can stay with the flat profile, and create my own look?

Would that be correct?

Thank you again.

Johnnie Behiri May 8th, 2011 01:01 PM

Re: Palace vs. Technicolor
Jon, thank you for taking the time watching the video.

I wanted to keep low profile so I took the simplest and smallest tripod I have, the Manfrotto 756XB legs+701 head (which I normally use for my slider).

Hope this helps.



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