During a recent production where we were shooting outdoors on a cloudy day, I decided to push the limits of the new Technicolor CineStyle preset for the Canon 5D MkII. Instead of white balancing to 5600K or higher, I set my white balance at 3200K which resulted in a very blue image. Usually this would be unusable if not very difficult to color correct in post. But as you can see, I was able to get some really great results using CineStyle.
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I’m excited to see more content about how to properly use the Cinestyle and hopefully how to use a LUT file for color correction and grading.Â I have mild colorblindness and color correcting has always been a challenge for me
Â Did you use the LUT provided by Technicolor?
Looking forward for more information !!!
Also if you can compare to neo cineform color grading, it would be grade.
I know this is only a test, but going from “too blue” to “too orange” wouldn’t cut it, in my opinion.
But I get your point: shooting with Cinestyle does give you a lot more range in correcting what would have been a failed shoot.