Adobe Premiere Pro is not the only Adobe software in the Adobe Creative Suite that gives you the ability to create Lookup Tables, or LUTs. What other Adobe software can be used to create a LUT? In this movie, author Richard Harrington walks you through how to create a LUT in Adobe Photoshop that you can use on photos and video.
- If you're comfortable using Adobe Photoshop…or you come with a graphic design background,…this might be another way to color correct…or grade your footage.…Remember from Premiere Pro,…you can easily export a still image…and just take that into Photoshop…or you can use a starter image to help you along the way.…In the downloads folder, I've included a basic file here.…You'll see we have a photo here…of a woman holding a ColorChecker chart.…This ColorChecker makes it easy to judge all of the colors.…
There are several different presets here that I've created…that shift the colors.…You're welcome to open those and take a look.…Let's build one from scratch.…Using adjustments layers,…I can apply things like a curve…and then use the On-image tool here.…Let's pull down that white point a little bit,…and grab the black point here,…this dark gray and lift it up a little.…Coming into the skin tones here,…I'm going to pull those down…so they're a little darker and more subdued.…
We'll toss on a vibrance adjustment…and reduce the overall effectiveness…
- What is a lookup table?
- Applying corrective LUTs
- Applying LUTs for style
- Creating custom LUTs
- Working with LUTs in cross-application workflows
- Managing your LUT library and presets