Simple gizmo that mimics the functionality of the Photoshop Levels tool
ekaGradient is the equivalent of Photoshop’s color gradient or Colorama in After Effects, something I’ve always missed working with Nuke. It can be used by creating a color gradient to change the image, as well as it can be used for other uses such as keying.
A little gizmo to help get an average colour from a selected trackable area. #Usage video will be up soon.
Enter a Hex / RGB 8bit / Float value to create your desired color.
Nuke implementation for 2D Gradients. Create an arbitrary number of color-samples in 2D and produce a smooth, natural interpolation over the entire image.
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.
Simple and Quick way to whitebalance your shots, based on OCIOCDL node
It takes any values between zero and infinity and compresses them between zero and one.
A 'mix luminance' slider - but for any node.
**updated version 2.2** Now has additional controls for format and you can now control the intensity of the false colour effect. 'False Color' or 'Helper' filters (similar to those used in photoshop) to help match plates colour, luminosity and saturation. Place after final merge then grades target upstream using the helper filters to match colour, tone and value.