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In the fourth part of my Sony F3 S-log series, I explain how to create Look Up Tables (LUTs) to be used in the camera. When shooting in S-Log, the F3 allows you to apply a LUT to an output of the camera, letting the operator visualize how the image will look after post-production correction. In Part 1 of the series, I covered the in-camera Look Up Tables that come with the camera, and now I go over how to make your own. In the video, I show how to use the Sony CVP File Editor; click the link to download the Mac version. Watch the video above and check out our upcoming Understanding Log class to learn more.

You can findthe rest of Andy’s S-Log and F3 series here:

Part 1: On the Charts
Part 2: Exposure Index Mode
Part 3: Application
Part 5: 3D Look Up Tables

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