This package contains 6 high quality cinematic LUTs (.cube- and .vlt-files).
They work with Adobe Premier Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, DaVinci Resolve and Final Cut Pro X (LUT loader plugin needed for FCPX).
Download the LUTs here.
Over the years I have shared a lot of before/after images of my color grading on Instagram and on my blog. My followers have asked me about my process and I was very happy to help them. Some suggested I should create LUTs for you, so you could boost your videos with just one click. Well, here you go. I'm starting with one LUT first and if it's popular, I'll be adding more in the future.
Below are previews (photo and video) and the link to where you can download the LUT.
The LUTs work with software such as Adobe's Premiere Pro and Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve.
For best results apply LUTs to videos shot with a flat picture profile.
Included is a .zip-file that contains:
A screenshot from the b-roll footage I shot for in France for the upcoming travel vlog called "We Love Roaming". The France segment will feature 7 episodes. Editing and color grading on episode 4 finished yesterday. 3 to go.
Shot on URSA Mini 4.6K
We Love Roaming:
Instagram: @weloveroaming (http://www.instagram.com/weloveroaming)
I'm currently in France and I took a few shots with my Ursa Mini 4.6K. Doesn't this place look like Minas Tirith from "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King"? Below is a before-and-after image and a short video I did a quick grade on.
We'll be travelling again soon and I am planning to take along my URSA Mini. So before we actually go on our fun adventure I have to shoot many tests. Today I did a quick test video and noticed that having the camera on me and a backpack with two batteries and three prime lenses is actually quite heavy for a long walk. Initially I told myself I wouldn't bring more than three lenses, but today I kinda learned the hard way that it would absolutely make sense to buy a zoom lens ASAP.
In the mean time, enjoy the short video.
I had the sudden urge to exercise my colour grading skills, because I haven't been too happy with them recently. Instead of shooting new footage for this purpose, I went back and re-graded a shot, I had previously given a quick LUT and an adjustment only, because it was just a test shot for another scene. So I went ahead and gave it a proper grade - one I can live with now.
TOP: Camera Raw (Ursa Mini 4.6K EF)
BELOW: My colour grading in DaVinci Resolve 12.5 Studio
I've been editing a scene and color grading it. The scene will soon be released as part of three actors' showreels.
Here is a before-and-after color grading image.
I meant to shoot some autumn footage before it's gone, but I got a little sick. Let's open that window and fetch that long lens. :)
Afterwards I did some color grading on that footage.
TOP: DaVinci Resolve Studio 12.5 Interface
MIDDLE: Raw Image out of camera (URSA Mini 4.6K EF)
BOTTOM: My grading
I spent the day color grading my next film. Stay tuned. :-)
Top: DaVinci Resolvw 12.5 Interface
Middle: Raw Image (Red Dragon 5K)
Bottom: My grading