This is a collection of 40 look-up tables (LUTs) that will quickly transform your footage to give it a cinematic look. Each LUT creates a unique look that can be used on its own, or in combination with your traditional color grading workflow.
The entire collection of looks was created by Tom Antos to aid in his workflow over the past few years. These original looks have been used in numerous films, music videos and documentaries that Tom has worked on.
LUTs are like a magic brush that paint your video to make it look like a masterpiece with just one click. It’s a simple process of drag and dropping each LUT onto your footage to see if you like the look that it creates. That’s it!
For advanced workflow, you can use standard RGB color curves to further tweak each look.
If you are not sure how LUTs are supposed to be used, then please watch this quick video
LUTs can also be used on various field monitors that have LUT support such as the Atomos Shogun or Small-HD DP7-Pro
List of the LUTs
Compatible with most digital video and stills cameras!
CineColor LUTs work with Rec.709 footage, which is the standard color space. So if your camera shoots in Rec.709, then you can directly apply any of the CineColor LUTs to your footage.
If your camera shoots in a flat LOG profile, like S-Log (Sony A7S, FS-7, etc.), or C-Log (Canon C100, C300, etc), then you can apply one of our additional LUTs, to convert your footage to Rec.709
The CineColor LUTs come with four additional LUTs that will convert your footage to the standard color space (Rec.709):
- LOG – flat color space (BMD Film, RedLogFilm, Cinestyle)
- C-LOG – Canon’s semi-log color space – somewhere between LOG and Rec.709
- S-LOG – Sony’s log color space called S-Log2
- Flat – semi flat color space like the Cinestyle-D on the Panasonic GH4 & other similar cameras
To use the CineColor LUTs, you will need one of the following applications: