LUT mapping is a fast way to stylize an image. In this video, Derrick Story shows you how to use LUT mapping creatively. Luminar is a modern image editor for both Mac and PC platforms. It provides photographers with the tools they need to creatively edit their images quickly and easily.
- [Instructor] Lookup tables feel a little bit…like presets actually, in the sense that…they change a number of parameters to your image at once…and that you can get them from other people…or create them yourself, even in other applications.…So Luminar supports lookup tables…and the way that I like to use them…is create a separate layer.…So I created a new adjustment layer…and I named it lookup table layer.…And then I went ahead and added a lookup table…mapping filter to it.…
And I got to that through Add Filters.…And down here in Professional and there it is right there.…Now once you have that loaded,…once you have your layer setup,…and you don't have to do it on a separate layer,…but I recommend it.…So once you have your layer setup…and you have added that particular filter,…then you have popup menu right here…that allows you to choose from a variety…of lookup tables that have been included…with the application and you can add more,…and I'll show you that in a second.…
So for this particular shot I like to Red Trace.…
- Applying filters and presets
- Cropping images
- Batching processing
- Working with layers
- LUT mapping
- Converting to black and white
- Toning images
- Reducing noise
- Saving and exporting images
Skill Level Beginner
Photos for macOS Essential Trainingwith Derrick Story5h 10m Beginner
Luminar: Creative Projectswith Richard Harrington1h 45m Advanced
1. Quick Start
2. Master the Basics
3. Noteworthy Filters
4. Work with Layers
5. Creative Techniques
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