Posted on: January 1, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 22

Create your own CINEMATIC LUTS in Photoshop – Use in Premiere Pro and FCPX



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Today I’ll be covering how you can make your own LUTS in Photoshop in a couple minutes. Forget about spending hours trying to match the color grade on each of your photos or trying to match your photo style to your video style. Now you can create one master preset that you can apply to all of your video and photo content. With this photo tutorial we’ll have you taking better photos in no time like all of your favourite photographers. Whether you’re shooting models or simply doing outdoor photography, whatever it may be, you’ll have skills to make LUTS using color balance tools in Photoshop.

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  1. If your looking for someone to edit your pics for you but you have no photoshop or skill check me out for editing your pics! https://ralphlemingralphoto.weebly.com

  2. How do these other tools compare to the Camera Raw Filter? I've been using that a LOT and it's fantastic (just discovered it). But I wonder if I'm limiting myself here.

  3. Very Helpful! I hate editing in lightroom after photoshop so it is nice to find out how to make presets within Photoshop!

  4. Sheldon this video is very helpful! Sadly i have an older version of PS and it has very limited amount of options… Which PS do you have?

  5. Awesome video sheldon!
    But if you're only color grading the photo, why not just go to LR and create/use preset?
    Which one do you use most frequently?

    Would be very glad if u reply dude to enlighten me..

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