Want to create a custom Lookup Table, or LUT, that best adds style to your footage? Not only does Adobe Premiere Pro have LUT presets you can you, it also gives you the ability to make your own. How do you create a style LUT? In this movie, author Richard Harrington guides you through the process of building a style LUT in Premiere Pro.
- In our previous example,…we bundled up several basic corrections into a LUT.…Now we have the option to do the same thing…with some of the more creative adjustments.…Back in our project here, let's simply go into folder 3-2.…Let's go ahead and drag each of these into a sequence…because they're different size resolutions.…We'll start here with this shot of a Tokyo street corner.…You can easily mute that track if you'd like.…
Now, this was shot using a Blackmagic camera,…and I shot in the film space.…So I'm gonna take one of the input LUTs…and apply the Blackmagic camera for ProRes.…That helped quite a bit to bring things back.…Now the white balance isn't exactly where I'd like,…so I'll click on a neutral gray to set it,…that looks better,…and make a few adjustments here…to the shadowy region, the black point,…and the white point for bright highlights.…
That looks good.…Let's come down instead now to the creative section,…and I'm gonna dial in a particular overall look.…Well, this can be done several ways.…You can use some of the presets here…
- 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