Clean, natural conversion LUTs for Canon C-Log3 Cameras.
LUT pack is compatible with any C-Log3 camera. These include but are not limited to:
- Canon EOS C700 FF
- Canon EOS C700
- Canon EOS C500 Mark II
- Canon EOS C300 Mark III
- Canon EOS C300 Mark II
- Canon EOS C200
- Canon EOS C70
- Canon EOS R5 C
- Canon EOS R7
- Canon EOS R6
- Canon EOS R5
- Canon EOS R3
- Canon EOS-1D X Mark III
Using these LUTs, you can convert C-Log3 to a pleasing Rec.709 image and make quick adjustments to exposure and skin tones.
The grading LUTs can be used to achieve very pleasing color and will correct several issues with the stock Sony technical LUTs.
These LUTs ARE NOT creative LUTs. Color and contrast are natural and clean. These LUTs are designed to quickly get your image 90% complete while also improving color.
Rather than spend time correcting every shot, I created these LUTs to speed up my post workflow and have added two additional features which are detailed below.
Each grading LUT has two numbers signifying exposure shift. This allows you to overexposure your footage (to improve noise performance) and grade those shots easily. There are 5 exposure LUT levels to choose from:
- 0-0 - No exposure shift
- 0-5 - For shots overexposed by 0.5 stop (or half a stop)
- 1-0 - For shots overexposed by 1 stop
- 1-5 - For shots overexposed by 1.5 stops
- 2-0 - For shots overexposed by 2 stops
These exposure shifts allow you to easily compensate for overexposures without having to spend as much time correcting shots manually. Simply find the LUT that works best with the exposure of your clip and the LUT will apply the shift and convert to Rec.709 in one click.
Shot overexposed by 1.5 stops (Left) Pike 1.5 Stop Shift LUT (Right)
SKIN TONE SHIFTS
Each LUT has a skin shift option available in five strengths:
- Base - No skin color shift
- Skin1 - Minimal skin shift
- Skin2 - Medium skin shift
- Skin3 - Strong skin shift
These skin color shifts take the red in skin tones and shifts it toward orange. This can been seen on a vectorscope as reds rotating toward the skin tone line on a vector scope.
Skin tone shift LUTs from base (no shift) to Skin3 (strong)
To learn more about this LUT pack and how to use it, watch the video above.