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Contributor: aitor10995

11.43 Kb

Make relights of our footage without needed any render passes. It's especially useful when we try to illuminate smoke or atmospheric elements. An important thing is to adjust the amount of emboss well, depending on the incident light it will have to be negative or positive. we can also adjust the smoothness of our emboss. I hope you liked it.

12 Feb 2021
Contributor: arthurm

6.97 Kb

Analyze a footage with changing light conditions and dynamically equalize a static image to those lighting variations

13 Sep 2018
Contributor: vitek

2.27 Kb

alexaFilmMatrix serves as in-camera "Film Look" features, it can remove/add unitentended shift of primary colors ... can be used on it's own to simulate more filmic look by matrixing the primaries as well.

10 Mar 2013
Contributor: Anquiro

18.59 Kb

Make a fake atmosphere pass with the Zdepth information

11 Sep 2014
Contributor: Finley

2.39 Kb

A convenient setup to sample the curve of your footage and use that curve to match an element to the sample. Very useful for grading elements to match shots with changing lighting conditions.

13 Nov 2016
Contributor: alexander055

8.32 Kb

This Gizmo allowing a simpler way to manage your exr color manipulation. You can directly change your passes throught in affecting your input, without creating shuffle nodes, or adding from and plus merge nodes.

10 Dec 2016
Contributor: praeburn

1.43 Kb

Simple tool for changing the saturation but toward a picked colour.

25 Jun 2011
Contributor: Sergey.Krivohatskiy

0.65 Kb

A simple guizmo for image binarization(transforming rgb or grayscale image to black/white image) based on local luminance

16 May 2016
Contributor: praeburn

2.84 Kb

Blacks match is a tool for matching the toe portion of the film response.

25 Jun 2011
Contributor: CreativeLyons

26.43 Kb

This tool recreates a toe operation that's able to input an external image as it's black point and has controls for the multiply (the amount above the blackpoint that the operation stops affecting the midtones and highlights), and a control for the Gamma, or falloff, which is the bottom part of the curve and how it's blending with the blackpoint. You can toggle a preview overlay of a plotscanline and see how your blackpoint is affecting the rest of your image.

09 Nov 2019
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