Lookup Tables, or LUTs, are easy to share between multiple people. This allows you to easily collaborate with others on how an image or a video file should look. How do you apply a LUT to an image that was created by someone else? In this movie, author Richard Harrington demonstrates how to receive and apply LUTs created by another person.
- Let's talk a little bit about collaboration.…If you've created LUTs they're easy to share…and if you get one from someone else…they're easy to use.…I tend to rely on my Creative Cloud folder…to make this a bit easier.…Remember, with any of your Adobe applications open…you can go to your Creative Cloud…and simply take a look at your files.…I'll choose Asset and Files…and then open my folder.…This'll take me to everything I've created.…In this case you'll see that I have my look up table folder…that I made.…
This contains all of the different…look up tables that I've made,…as well as ones that I've downloaded from others.…Here are some of those ones I showed you earlier,…like the instagram4video…and Alister's LUTs for the Sony A7S.…This makes it very simple to keep these organized.…Well, from this folder I can simply choose…to share something.…So if I right-click here…I can choose Share File,…and this brings up a new web page,…and I can generate a public link.…
This gives me a link that can then be shared with others.…
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