White In Revery Luts
In Adagio, you can expect to find colors that are bright, vibrant, and full of life. While still keeping the whites natural, Adagio incorporates beautiful, blush highlights that give the energy and feeling of classic film stock, like Fuji 400H and Portra 400. These video presets are intended to give your films a luxurious and bespoke color system that is aimed at luxury and destination weddings.
White In Revery Luts
Colors come alive with Adagio 02. While whites remain balanced, orange and red tones become deeper without the entire palette turning too warm. Of all the LUTs from this pack, this one is the warmest in nature with skin tones leaning slightly to yellow. Blacks are also deeper and bolder.
When you need to have a balance between warm and cool tones, but still want to have true white, blush pinks, and warm greens, Adagio 04 is the go-to look. This LUT carefully balances pastel colors without saturating too much of the greens and blues. This look works well for slightly darker images by raising the exposure and balancing out a contrasted image.
The Timbre LUT Collection consists of gentle warmer color presets for your films with a strong focus on balanced skin tone and versatility. This set of four luts was created to bring life to any situation - forest, beach, naturally lit interiors, deserts, mountains, direct and indirect sunlight, and even your city footage. You can purchase them below and start using them now!
This collection consists of four beautiful wedding video presets that will help highlight the alluring colors of nature and human skin. These gentle, warm shades are ideal for footage taken in the forest, where there is a lot of greenery, or near the sea, where white and blue colors predominate, and are also an excellent choice for urban scenes.
We're calling this the Dolce LUT Collection. In songs, dolce (noticeable DOL-chay) is an Italian word that indicates "wonderful". When developing this LUT, we intended to develop a try to find you that really feels really true-to-life, yet far more refined and "sweeter". This shade pack is full of abundant eco-friendlies, deeper blacks, crisp whites, as well as soft highlights. We placed this LUT to the examination and have enjoyed seeing it "sweeten" video footage from all situations - extreme light, well-balanced light, exterior and interiors, video footage with several skin tones, and naturally on footage from throughout the globe from lots of filmmakers.
As constantly, we've checked them across several electronic camera bodies such as Panasonic, Sony, Canon, and also even Red to make certain that they are standing well across the board. This LUT pack comes with 4 new colored looks as well as 2 black and white looks.
This coloring leans towards an extra blue/green range, with a general leaning towards cooler tones. With the highlights of the whites coming through, this palette enables greater comparison to stand out.
This B&W quality is created to highlight a more timeless tone, with a tribute to the TRI-X movie. Utilizing your editing system, you can additionally include grain to fit your preference as well as to produce a motion picture appearance that is rooted in the black and white movie, as well as a motion picture background.
Using a more recent handle a B&W quality, this range is designed to have more crushed highlights and also deep blacks to offer higher contrast but to provide a much more contemporary approach to black and white grading. The instructions of this LUT are matched to supply a quality that is modern, tidy, and to get rid of distracts from highlights for a much more spiritual feeling.
Deluts by James Miller:Deluts from cinematographer James Miller give you a package that is compromised of nearly 30 custom LUT profiles to use on set or in the edit/grade. They are available in both .3DL and .cube Deluts and are compatible with most NLE systems and LUT-compatible cameras and monitors. They work with a variety of footage from different cameras but are very popular for use with the Sony a7S and Canon EOS Cinema cameras.
KOJI Advance has many advantages over simple LUT files as it features a number of powerful color correction tools including an advanced auto white balance, temp control, lift/gamma/gain, density, printer points, and advanced film grain taken from real 35mm negative stocks.
I find KOJI very easy to use inside FCPX and it allows you to make key adjustments to the Film Emulation look you choose. The auto white balance tool is also very impressive even when used on its own. I like the fact I can load up the KOJI film stock LUTs into my camera or monitor, so I can get an idea of what the image will look like out in the field. KOJI is a little expensive at $199, but it does offer a lot of functionality and features.
White In Revery Luts NEW!Click Here ===> =2tdozxThere are 4 new improved looks in this Dolce LUT Collection. 2 of these are for graded black and white video, and also 2 of these are for complete black and white video. Each look is available in the 4 choices of RAW, REC709, REC2020, and REC709 as well as TIFF. 1549432396
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington and in this course, we're gonna explore some of my favorite features in Adobe Photoshop, that's adjustment layers. These offer the ability to affect your image, but in a nondestructive way. That means you can make changes, tweak, adjust, close the file, save it, come back weeks later and pick up where you left off. Adjustment layers were a huge change in workflow when they were first introduced and I really love the power and flexibility that they offer, but in this course we're gonna go a bit deeper beyond just using adjustment layers and explore some of the options that are relatively hidden. This includes the ability to actually work with blending modes, advanced blending options, layer masks, and use adjustment layers in very nontraditional ways. In fact, we got a lot of cool things we're gonna cover. We'll start things off by just giving you a basic primer on what are adjustment layers. Now, if you're very familiar with adjustment layers and layer masks, you can skip this section and jump right in, but this will serve as an intermediate level primer to really help you make sure that you don't have any gaps in your knowledge. Next, we'll dig into the hidden power of auto. Now, you might be surprised that an advanced class is gonna have an entire section all about the auto button, but auto isn't auto. In fact, there are five different methods hidden within auto that unlock some very powerful options, like per channel color analysis and finding the white point and black point for you for great contrast and detail. In fact, you can roll your own recipe and set it as the new default for auto so you don't have to let the computer decide for you. Once that's done, we'll explore one of my favorite workflows which is black and white photography. I'll share with you multiple methods of using adjustment layers to create black and white looks, getting you new styles of output and new ways of getting great detail and depth. Then, we'll talk about the hue saturation adjustment layer. When you start to target this using the on-image tool, all of a sudden you can make incredibly precise adjustments to refine the image and unlock great details in the color. Plus that hue and saturation adjustment layer can actually be targeted for other unique adjustments, like exposure and tonality adjustments based upon color range. We'll then explore lookup tables. These are a popular piece of technology, widely used in the film and video industry, but also available to photographers. A lookup table, or LUT, allows you to assign how colors should behave. This allows for great color treatments, film stock simulations, and black and white conversions and I'll show you how to not only use lookup tables, but create your own and even attach them to something like a Lightroom preset. Then, we'll take a look at one of the most neglected adjustment layers and that's the gradient map. This allows you to assign colors to an image based upon tonality and if you don't tweak the settings and get into advanced options like blending, gradient maps can look really kind of over-the-top, but in fact they are tremendously useful and unlock a world of creative options when you know how to properly use them. Finally, we'll talk about a smart object workflow. Smart objects are great as they allow you to work with adjustment layers and other things and combine them together. Plus we can use smart objects for things like stacking modes and editable filters. I'll make sure you know how an adjustment layer and smart objects can work together to give you flexibility, but then lock down the layer so it can be further processed or modified by someone else. The use of adjustment layers are great, but there's times that you're gonna wanna bake those results in. I'll show you how to do it in a nonpermanent way. All right, we've got a lot of ground to cover, so let's explore a few more things you need to know before we get started. 041b061a72