50 Moody Wedding LUTs Pack Free Download
Here in this post, you can get a free download link of the 50 Moody Wedding LUTs Pack compress file from below. This Moody Wedding LUTs Pack given your photos an amazing Cinematic film look with only a few clicks. Color grading LUTs designed to create beautiful, Cinematic film tones for your photos & videos. Each LUTs has been crafted to look great with a wide variety of images & videos. In many instances, you will be able to get a great result in an instant. However, you can always make adjustments, increase/decrease intensity, adjust contrast, etc. to suit individual photos & video clips. You Can Also Download 50 Wonderland Wedding LUTs Pack.
Are you tired of adding the same effects to your photos over and over? It would be nice if you could add unique effects to your photos and make everyone wonder how you did it! We present the most diverse collection of LUTs in 2020 for real professionals. Within a few clicks, you can add amazing effects to your photos! It is so simple!
You can use it to color correct your videos/photos quickly and professionally:
Compatible with Mac, and Windows Can be easily adjusted to fit your image This bundle comes with an extended commercial license, which means you can use these effects, again and again, to create stunning designs for yourself and for your clients! High-quality LUT's that allows you to color correct your photos or videos in a few clicks Compatible with a wide range of editing software such as Affinity Photo, Photoshop, Luminar, On1, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and others.
Size 32.1 MB | IRTEMPLATE & CUBE & XMP & JPG format.
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LUT (Look Up Table) is an incredibly simple way to improve photos and videos. Below here are quick instructions on how to use your LUTs in some of these programs:
Using LUTs in Adobe Photoshop:
(Optional) duplicate the layer to which you wish to apply the LUT.
2. From the menu choose: Image > Adjustments > Colour Lookup.
3. In the first field, select Load 3D Lut… from the pop-up menu.
4. Select one of the LUTs that you downloaded.
5. Click OK to apply the LUT
If you added the LUT to a duplicate layer, use the layer’s opacity to control the intensity of the effect.
Using LUTs in Affinity Photo:1. Open your image in Affinity Photo
2. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > 3D LUT Adjustment
3. In the 3D LUT window that opens click on Load LUT and choose the LUT you’d like to load.
4. You have successfully loaded a 3D LUT in Affinity Photo.
Using LUTS in Luminar:
2. Select ‘Add Filters’ option
3. Select ‘LUT Mapping’ filter
4. Select ‘Load Custom LUT file’ option
5. Navigate to the folder on your hard drive in which your LUTs reside and select a LUT to apply.
6. Adjust LUT opacity as desired.
Using LUTS in Adobe Premiere Pro:
1.Click on the clip you want to work with.
2. In the Lumetri panel, open the Basic Correction tab.
3. Under Basic Correction, select the Input LUT dropdown menu, and click on Browse…
4. Select a LUT file from the files you downloaded.
Using LUTS in Adobe After Effects:
2. Find the Effects & Presets Panel
3. Search for the ‘Apply Color LUT’ Utility
4. In the dialog box select the LUT you’d like to apply
5. You’ve successfully applied a LUT to your footage
Using LUTS in Final Cut Pro:
1. Go to the effect browser int he FCPX interface
2. Select the Colour Set
3. Select the “Custom LUT” effect and apply it to your footage.
4. In the effect controls, select the LUT pop-up menu and choose: “Choose Custom LUT…”
5. Select a LUT from the folder of LUTS that you downloaded.
Control the amount of the effect with the Mix slider.
LOADING THE PRESETS IN Adobe Lightroom CC:
2. At the bottom of the screen you will see a Presets button, click it
3. At the top of the Presets panel, click the 3-dot icon and select Import Presets…
4. Select the preset files and import them into Lightroom
5. Once the import is complete, you will see all the preset folders in your Presets panel
LOADING THE PRESETS IN Lightroom Classic:
2. Go to Edit • Preferences • Presets
3. Click on the box titled: Show Lightroom Presets Folder
4. Double click on Lightroom
5. Double click on Develop Presets
6. Copy the folder(s) of your presets into the Develop Presets folder
7. Restart Lightroom