Grading “Return to Dungeness” using Magic Bullet Looks

Grading “Return to Dungeness” with Magic Bullet Looks from Philip Bloom on Vimeo.

Made for RGTV. Here is a look at the kind of things I did using Red Giant Software’s Magic Bullet Looks whilst grading my short film “Return to Dungeness”

I hope it is informative, it runs at 27 minutes. It barely scratches the surface of Magic Bullet Looks. But I will be going into much more detail in later videos. This will hopefully give you a better understanding of the software.

You can the finished short film “Return to Dungeness” here: http://philipbloom.co.uk/films/35mm-films/return-to-dungeness/

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Comments

  1. omg this is so old skool now… weard!

    2 years ago everybody was on the 35 mm adaptor….

    do you still use it?

  2. Hi Philip, I have magic bullet looks installed in pinnacle 14. I realise I have not utilised the facility to it’s full potential so was keen to view your tutorial in relation to your ‘Return to Dungeness’ film. However, when I tried to view same the audio visuals were out of sync.Also,the version of magic bullet I am using does not permit editing of the tool chain so as to incorporate different looks onto one individual capture. Can you advise please?
    Junior

    1. It is off, yes but personally, I find it very helpful for Philip to describe what he is doing before it actually happening ;). Blessing in disguise if you ask me!

  3. It looks like 90% of film making is done in post,I’ll have to save to get some better software,its not just filming and slapping it on a disc,this is prob a silly question Phil but have you filmed in Infrared and if so do you have any footage to show us,I know you did a review of the Canon XF105,that has this ability,oh and by the by I have family in Littlestone just down the road .