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    Well, well, well. I don't really do Black Friday sales, but I got a touching email from a film student in France.

    Until end of day Monday, you can take $75 Off philmColor for RED IPP2. Most of you know of these, but really proud to see all the productions from features through commercials where these are deployed.

    Free updates for life, a whole lot of LUTs, and Release 3 is just peaking over the horizon too.



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    Thanks for making our lives easier Phil!
    Even when used with old RED ONE footage the results are great!!!

    A MUST HAVE for every RED Cinematographer!
    And if you haven't got it already, the discounted price is all the more reason to go get it now!!!
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    thanks Phil! Highly recommended. I use these on almost all my projects

    Excited for V3
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    Appreciate that Kyle. I've obviously spent a lot of time developing these and continue to do so. Got some fun stuff in the works for R3, I know it's taking me a while, but doing everything I can to make the next release very special.
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    Huge thumbs up for me as well. I use one or more of Phil’s LUT’s on virtually every shoot. Excited for V3 to see what else you’ve cooked up!
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    A 3am update.

    In case you missed my instagram post, some gratitude and words.



    What I wrote: RED IPP2 philmColorR3 Update

    3am R3 update. I know, it's been a minute since R2's release. But the new stuff is coming. Something old, something new. I'm nearly done. Half the delay has been figuring out how to release all this in a sensible way. Trying hard not to over complicate it, there's a lot going on. More than the first two releases and there's a lot in those really, needed to refine a bunch. But I've been working hard and listened to what people are after.

    Dug through the archives of old film processing experiments, mainly Kodak Vision2 and Vision3 processed at CFI, Pacific Title, Technicolor, Fotokem, and Deluxe. Thank god I didn't throw this stuff away because some of these experiments have been lost to time. We often scrapped test footage and color wedges. Bins of it. But I held onto the interesting stuff. I am more of a Kodak man than Fujifilm as that's mainly what the film's I worked on rolled with, but I grabbed some Fuji in there too. Went to the bother of filming new tests in 2017, 2018, 2019 during the few times I worked with films this past decade. Bought a film scanner, it's in my office behind me now. Replaced half my fridge with film negative for 3 years. Shot several years of camera tests. Most interestingly I have been as usual testing every digital cinema camera along the way. Making notes, taking measurements, writing code. Making.

    This project has transformed into something bigger. I honestly didn't know it would be so popular and I'm grateful that it has as it allowed for me to due what I'm describing above and the subsequent time afforded to do the real R&D. Feature films, commercials, projects off all sorts all over the world. Thank you. You inspired the extra effort. Many have discovered you can use these LUTs with other camera's grading workflows. I'll make that easier too. Some of this stuff was hard to pin down. Mainly because of HDR evolving as well during the last few years. But I've locked on target. Done some massive quality control. There's a drip of it in Komodo, more on that soon, and also soon I'll open the valve fully. Some is a bit off script, but I think that's appropriate now.


    And what I'm writing here to this specific community, honestly a home to me in many ways. To say the least, this project wouldn't have happened without REDuser and motivational support by RED, Jarred, and Graeme as well as a few others elsewhere in the world. Even crazier looking back this project wouldn't have happened without Kodak and Arri, but that's something we'll have to drink to talk about. At the end of the day I'm hopefully providing you a big tool chest of stuff you want to use.

    Getting this last bunch of work done right and making it all "work" and just figuring out how to release this thing has been a real difficult thing for me to get the reigns on. I went for the whole buffet and now I needed to figure out what to put on the plate. Then even weirder, new ideas entered while doing the busy work of the R&D I mentioned.

    Got one little surprise to add to the release. I was going to release it separately as a new product, but I think in the end, it should be part of this project after all.

    Thanks again. And thought I've been told I should be doing a subscription model and perhaps encoding this into a plugin, yes philmColorR3 will be a free upgrade to existing R2 and R1 owners.
    Phil Holland - Cinematographer - Los Angeles
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    Big thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    A 3am update.

    In case you missed my instagram post, some gratitude and words.



    What I wrote: RED IPP2 philmColorR3 Update

    3am R3 update. I know, it's been a minute since R2's release. But the new stuff is coming. Something old, something new. I'm nearly done. Half the delay has been figuring out how to release all this in a sensible way. Trying hard not to over complicate it, there's a lot going on. More than the first two releases and there's a lot in those really, needed to refine a bunch. But I've been working hard and listened to what people are after.

    Dug through the archives of old film processing experiments, mainly Kodak Vision2 and Vision3 processed at CFI, Pacific Title, Technicolor, Fotokem, and Deluxe. Thank god I didn't throw this stuff away because some of these experiments have been lost to time. We often scrapped test footage and color wedges. Bins of it. But I held onto the interesting stuff. I am more of a Kodak man than Fujifilm as that's mainly what the film's I worked on rolled with, but I grabbed some Fuji in there too. Went to the bother of filming new tests in 2017, 2018, 2019 during the few times I worked with films this past decade. Bought a film scanner, it's in my office behind me now. Replaced half my fridge with film negative for 3 years. Shot several years of camera tests. Most interestingly I have been as usual testing every digital cinema camera along the way. Making notes, taking measurements, writing code. Making.

    This project has transformed into something bigger. I honestly didn't know it would be so popular and I'm grateful that it has as it allowed for me to due what I'm describing above and the subsequent time afforded to do the real R&D. Feature films, commercials, projects off all sorts all over the world. Thank you. You inspired the extra effort. Many have discovered you can use these LUTs with other camera's grading workflows. I'll make that easier too. Some of this stuff was hard to pin down. Mainly because of HDR evolving as well during the last few years. But I've locked on target. Done some massive quality control. There's a drip of it in Komodo, more on that soon, and also soon I'll open the valve fully. Some is a bit off script, but I think that's appropriate now.


    And what I'm writing here to this specific community, honestly a home to me in many ways. To say the least, this project wouldn't have happened without REDuser and motivational support by RED, Jarred, and Graeme as well as a few others elsewhere in the world. Even crazier looking back this project wouldn't have happened without Kodak and Arri, but that's something we'll have to drink to talk about. At the end of the day I'm hopefully providing you a big tool chest of stuff you want to use.

    Getting this last bunch of work done right and making it all "work" and just figuring out how to release this thing has been a real difficult thing for me to get the reigns on. I went for the whole buffet and now I needed to figure out what to put on the plate. Then even weirder, new ideas entered while doing the busy work of the R&D I mentioned.

    Got one little surprise to add to the release. I was going to release it separately as a new product, but I think in the end, it should be part of this project after all.

    Thanks again. And thought I've been told I should be doing a subscription model and perhaps encoding this into a plugin, yes philmColorR3 will be a free upgrade to existing R2 and R1 owners.
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    Amazing work, Phil. Keep fighting the good fight for the rest of us!
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    Thank you for the hard work Phil!
    Can't wait to find out what's in R3...!!!
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