Transform Your Canon LOG Footage with the Ultimate CINEMA LUTS 2.0 Bundle - Featuring 5 CLOG TRANSFORM LUTS and Optional Grading Presets


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Transform Your Canon LOG Footage with the Ultimate CINEMA LUTS 2.0 Bundle - Featuring 5 CLOG TRANSFORM LUTS and Grading Presets




Introducing my Canon LOG Transform LUT bundle - a collection of 5 highly specialised LUTS designed to help you produce the perfect colour grade for your Canon LOG footage.
These LUTS provide a professional, single click base grade for the standard LOG profile in Canon cameras such as the EOS R, 5D Mark IV, R5, R6, 1DXMIII, and Canon's cinema line, which all shoot in the standard Canon log profile.
With just a clock of a button, these LUTS will revolutionize the way you work with Canon LOG footage, just as they did for my team and I. We're confident that they'll make a game-changing difference for you too, which is why we're excited to share them with you.
This Includes the following Canon LOG Transform LUTS (.cube files);
1. Canon LOG to REC709 - BASE
2. Canon LOG to REC709 - CINEMA
3. Canon LOG to REC709 - CRUSH
4. Canon LOG to REC709 - BLOOM
5. Canon LOG to REC709 - LIGHT

 

This includes the following Preset Pack bundles in variants 2 and 3 (choose from dropdown menu for your choice of NLE);

2. Davinci Resolve CLOG CINE LUT 2.0 Transform LUT Pack (includes 4 x .cube LUTs & Resolve .drx Power Grade Node Graph preset file)
3. Adobe Premiere Pro CC CLOG CINE LUT 2.0 Transform LUT Pack (includes 4 .cube LUTs & Premiere .prfpset Lumetri Preset files)

Top Tip: My recommended shot settings when shooting log and using my LUTS are;
  1. Canon Log - Neutral Colour Matrix
  2. Characteristics at 0 sharpening, 0 saturation ,0 hue. 
  3. Shoot in an ALL-I codec.
  4. 400 ISO
  5. Expose for skin between 30% and 40% IRE

It's important to get white balance as close as possible to correct in camera.

NB: There is no post sharpening or creative vignette on these LUTs. For those additional items, you will need to add them after you apply the LUTs or alternatively you can check out the different Preset Bundles I offer via the dropdown menu.

For a quick reference on the what the Preset Pack bundles offer see the below screenshots.

Premiere Pro Lumetri Preset bundle

Davinci Resolve Preset bundle