Kodachrome look

Anyone have favorite go to tools for getting a quick Kodachrome look? I have all the matchboxes & Sapphire OFX. Client references:






Did Ivar make a matchbox for this?

Nope. That was Instagram.

One thing I was thinking was using Furnace match grade IF you have it.

I`d look at FilmConvert OFX or Dehancer, but they are supported on Resolve only. Could work in Flame on Mac, or you can export a lut from it for use in Flame on linux.

I remember an extremely old setup that sort of replicated the Technicolor look. I have it somewhere on the server but I’m 4000 km away from it.

These might help to start you off

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I shall wait for you to urgently run 4K miles back to the office. Thanks for the hustle.

Actually it’s only 1.6k miles - so it’s like a head start now.

Im pretty certain there is s film look matchbox that Ivar made and it has kodak/ technicolor looks on there.

crok_filmlook i believe

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Try these. The 2383 in particular. They expect rec709 sources.
film_look_cubes.zip (1.1 MB)

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Some LUTs:

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Thank you all - will check them out.

To update, I tried a bunch of the luts, which are nice, but ended up just building it from scratch with s_filmlook and a bunch of my own cc’s.

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s_filmlook is under rated.

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It is fantastic.
Thanks @Brian.fox

Excellent! I too am a fan of S_FilmEffect. Happy it worked!

Well, I’m back and uploaded the setup to Logik Portal as Technicolor_2023. I don’t take credit for creating it, just for uploading it.

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Sorry for being a thicky: where is the portal?

This thread is about Kodachrome but as Technicolor popped up as well just wanted to recount a CC node experience from a few weeks back.

Trying to solve a clipping issue I was toggling various Rewire settings (it’s been ages since I’d last used them) and when I switched B<–B to B<–G the image turned into something that looks a bit like two-strip Technicolor:
Screen Shot 2022-08-18 at 19.21.53

Effectively it’s doing this:

Two-strip Technicolor – which I just learned is more correctly referred to as “two-color Technicolor Process 2” – used a red and a green filter when shooting which is why this rewiring gives a similar look.

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