Not only can you use a Lookup Table, or LUT, to bring a piece of footage to a starting point before coloring it, you can also use a LUT to stylize the shot. How can you stylize a shot with a LUT? In this movie, author Richard Harrington walks you through how to add a LUT to footage in Adobe Premiere Pro to add style.
- You've seen a basic LUT applied…to make corrective action, but you can also use…a lookup table for style purposes.…Let me show you how quick it is…to treat a piece of footage.…Back in our folder here, I have another clip called Style.…Drag that onto the new sequence item…to create a new sequence.…In this case, this was shot…with a traditional video format of Rec.709.…You can feel free to use the Auto button…to attempt to color correct it…or make small changes.…
But all in all, the footage is close to properly exposed.…Feel free to modify the white and black points slightly…to give you the type of contrast that you want in the scene.…And once the shot looks pretty good,…just twirl up the basic corrections.…You can click on the heading to do so.…The next section down is labeled Creative,…and in this case, you'll see…that there are several looks.…A look is simply a treatment here…to stylize the footage.…
From the pop-up menu, you'll see…that there are lots of options available.…Some of these come actually from Photoshop,…
- 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