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A year ago I came across a web page describing how to set up a better “pro use” LUT on the camera, that would get better shadow detail recorded. This was a LUT used in more professional situations and is (as I recall) known to Adobe Premiere already. I understand that this will make watching the as-saved camera files look bad, and it needs the corresponding LUT selected in Premiere.

I can't find that again now. Can someone point me to what I need? The web page featured video stills of chickens. I have a Canon 70D camera.

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I think this must have been “Cinestyle” by Technicolor, whose home is this page at the Technicolor web site. The chicken instructions was probably this video

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The CineStyle LUT JDlugosz mentioned is one. Another popular one is the ProLost Flat Picture Style. This one just involves adjusting the camera settings. I don't know if Premiere Pro supports it directly (it's mainly just a contrast adjustment), but I do know that Stu Maschwitz (who's blog is linked above) has worked with Adobe in the past, so it wouldn't surprise me if it did.

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