Not only can you exchange Lookup Tables (LUTs) between photographers, you can exchange them with videographers, as well. What is the process for sending LUTs to a videographer or video colorist? In this movie, author Richard Harrington guides you through how to trade LUTs between videographers or video colorists.
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- Earlier, we took a look at collaborating…with video professionals.…Two outside folks, Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer,…were able to take some of my footage…and come up with some different looks for me.…I let them have some flexibility to do this…and they were able to easily send back things to me…that I could use…but if I know how to use Adobe Video Apps,…I can also collaborate with myself very easily…or others within my office.…Let me show you how.…Let's say we've captured this look,…this deep strong purple night look, and I like it,…I'm just going to make a couple small changes here,…that looks good to me, put a little bit…of contrast on there…there we go,…And that feels pretty good.…
Remember, you'll have to select a layer and tell it…that you want to make a new background layer.…Layer, new, background from layer.…There we go.…Now I can export this.…File, export, color lookup table.…And we're going to call this…Purple Night.…I'll save that as the CUBE file, which is most common,…but 3DL is going to be the second most common format.…
In this course, Rich Harrington demystifies lookup tables (LUTs) and shows how to use them with Photoshop, Lightroom, and other Adobe CC applications. He also shows how to use gradient maps—where tints are based on the luminance values in the image—to add creative color and noise to images, and how to organize, store, and share these assets with other Creative Cloud programs and other photo and video professionals.
- Understanding the role of LUTS
- Working with LUTs and Looks in Premiere Pro
- Creating custom LUTs
- Cross-application workflows
- Managing your LUT library and presets