Marvels film, Jorgen Escher (colorbyjorg.wordpress.com) and i have published a number of free Picture styles (a.k.a. recipies, picture profiles, looks) and a free plugin for Final Cut Pro.
I don’t want to link to the files directly here, but list the URLs where you can download the latest version of each.
All these products are free and free to use (also professionally) and to share, with the sole exception that you may not charge money for it.
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- Marvels Cine Picture Style for Canon DSLR cameras v.3.4
This special picture style for Canon DSLR (video) D-series cameras such as the 1D, 5D, 7D, 50D and others, has become very popular by both DSLR enthousiasts and professionals equally. Several feature films and many short films shot by the Canon 5Dmk2 have been shot using the Marvels Cine picture style.
Also referred to, in many publications on the web, as: Marvels Advance, Marvels Flat, Marvels Cinestyle, Marvels Cine, Marvels Advanced flat, Marvels Panalog, and other…
These are all names for one and the same product and it’s official page is here: https://marvelsfilm.wordpress.com/marvels-cine-canon/
- DSLR Moire Filter for Final Cut Pro v.1.01
This FCP plugin battles the disturbing problem of micro-moire. Micro-moire manifests itself as red/blue color streaks and pixels that appear in natural and irregular patterns, such as hair, water and grass. Micro-moire is seldom visible on the camera’s LCD display and sometimes not even on a 7? external monitor. Many a good shot has been spoiled. Get them back off the shelf and run them through this new filter!
Cameras that are prone to deliver this artifact are the Canon D series DSLR cameras, such as the 5D, 7D, 50D and others.
The official page is here: http://colorbyjorg.wordpress.com/plugins/
- Panasonic AF100/101 flat picture style for cinematic look
This is a set of manual settings for the Panny AF100/101 camera that was used for shooting several short movies and a feature film production.
The official article is here: https://marvelsfilm.wordpress.com/2011/08/08/panny-af100-af101-flat-picture-style-for-cinematic-look/
- Sony EX-1 flat picture profile for cinematic look
Before we had HDSLR cameras, i had to use either 16/35mm film cameras or HD videocameras with a “Depth of Field” adapters. I’m glad to say that this all belongs to the past now, but i still have fond memories of my first Sony HD camera, which was the EX-1 and later the EX-3. We used both the RedrockMico and Shoot35 DOF convertors and Nikon & Zeiss lenses. To program the camera in such a way that the imagery was matching 35mm film, we developed this picture profile.
The official article is here: https://marvelsfilm.wordpress.com/2010/04/24/all-new-sony-ex1-picture-profile-for-cinematic-look/
- Red Epic & Red Scarlet looks files: coming soon…