LUT

Free Preset of the Week – Milky Way

We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers.  A free preset and LUT each week.  Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter

Free Preset of the Week – Tokyo Nights

We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers.  A free preset and LUT each week.  Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter

Free Preset of the Week – Wicked Game

We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers.  A free preset and LUT each week.  Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter

Free Preset of the Week – Matte Look

We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers.  A free preset and LUT each week.  Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter

Free Preset of the Week – Warm Sunset

We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers. A free preset and LUT each week. Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter

Free Preset of the Week – Bright Shadows

We’re introducing a COOL new feature for Photofocus readers.  A free preset and LUT each week.  Normally these will be newsletter exclusives (be sure to sign up for our newsletter

Attaching a LUT to a Lightroom preset

A recent change to Lightroom is an Advanced Camera Profile that allows you to attach other settings. Now, we can actually import look-up tables, and attach them to our Lightroom

Diving into Lightroom’s New Profile System

With Lightroom’s latest 7.3 update, it introduced a new way to handle profiles. This combined the typical camera calibration tools that we were used to, along with a feature compares

Look Up Tables (LUT) can change and even correct colors.

Creating LUTs in Photoshop

LUTs are Look Up Tables. They are really easy to create in Photoshop for use in other programs like Premiere Pro for motion and Luminar 2018 for still photographs. This

Saving A Photoshop Look Up Table

If you use adjustment layers to create a look in Photoshop and want to be able to replicate it then Look Up Tables, or LUTs, are the answer; For this