In this fourth post of my ongoing series showcasing LUT packages for the colorist and the editor/colorist I’m going to be looking at Koji Color. Unlike typical online reviews, I’ve chosen to let the LUT creators speak for themselves – in their own words.
A LUT does not a colorist make. It is just another tool. An important one, yes. Yet, like with any good craftsman, having the right tool and knowing when and how to use that tool, can make all the difference in the world. And having the right tool is what this post – and the next few posts are all about.
Ben Bradbury, 21, is a film student attending college in London. He’s studying digital TV production at Ravensbourne University.
He received a course project to complete called ‘Advanced Skills,’ which involves researching a specific advanced skill set within the TV industry.
Ben hit the Internet for part of his research, found my website, and hit me up via email to ask six questions about color, grading, and being a colorist (or, as he wrote, ‘colourist.’)