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  1. #1 Free update to my K-Tone LUT (1936 KODACHROME 828, daylight & Type A ) 
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    UPDATE – NEW AND IMPROVED K-TONE LUTs
    It’s been quite a while, since I made the original K-Tone LUT, now it is getting a bit long in the teeth. I always wanted to make a new version, but never had the time on my hands. Now Robert “Freezer” Niessner bit the bullet and made 3 new versions, based on the original K-Tone.

    Feel free to download them and have fun.


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    Thank Frank. I still use your old K Tone LUT to this day. Looking forward to trying this one out.
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    Thanks Frank! Are they to be applied to 709? Log? Any tips/tricks to make it most accurate and/or look best?
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    It was original made for the BMCC film LOG, but with some tweaking you can make it work on pretty much anything.
    I even used a color transform node on 709 Material before the LOG node, and it came out great.
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    Anyone have a RWGRGB_2_BMCCfilmLOG lut?
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    Bjorn,

    I do believe you can use a OFX "Color Space Transform" before and after the Lut or maybe a LutCalc Lut before the Lut. I just don't know the exact Color Space and Gamma the Lut was designed for.


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    LutCalc V 4.0 Updated October 2020

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    This is what I came up with. Frank's Kodak Lut is in the Node between the two Color Space Transforms.
























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    Just having a look -







    Thanks Frank.

    Edit - This was just tweaking things using a single node, going straight from the BRAW (using Gen5 Color Science and the Blackmagic Design Color Space and Gamma) to the LBK-K-Tone-Intense_BlackLift_33 LUT.
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    The LBK-K-Tone-Intense_BlackLift_33 LUT applied to some Komodo shots and tweaked towards 'normal' -







    It looks 'filmic' to me even without trying to make it look 'vintage', might not be noticeable without direct comparisons.
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