Hey folks!

Today we’re introducing 7 new Movies Inspired LUTs and 1 new Alternative Process LUT. The update is available for immediate download from your account and the new LUTs are already available for your use in our LUTs Previewer.

This update is a replacement update for previous packages, so you should be able to replace all of the old files with the new ones. We recommend however, that you make a backup of your current LUTs before making any changes.

Naturally, the new LUTs are offered in all of the different forms we offer:

  • Rec709
  • Generic Log
  • IPP2 (Professional package only)
  • Lightroom Profiles (Professional package only)
  • Capture One Styles (Professional package only)
  • Monitoring LUTs (Arri Alexa .aml and Panasonic VLT. RED DSMC2 IPP2 monitoring LUTs are offered in the Professional package only)

Here is the list of changes introduced in this update:

Professional Package

  • Introduced 7 new Movies Inspired Looks LUTs
  • Introduced 1 new Alternative Process LUT
  • Introduced new BMD Film log conversion LUTs using the latest BMD color science
  • Introduced Nikon N-Log log conversion LUTs
  • Introduced updated Canon Log log conversion LUT
  • Introduced updated Panasonic Cine-D log conversion LUT
  • Introduced updated Sony Cine-4 log conversion LUT
  • Fixed an issue where some Movies Inspired LUTs would exhibit red banding in deep shadows if object in shadows had red colour

Newly introduced creative LUTs are:

  • Black Panther 1
  • Black Panther 2
  • BlacKkKlansman
  • French Comedy genre LUT
  • Serpico
  • The Favourite
  • Wonder Wheel
  • 2-Strip Process

For a complete list of changes please see the changelog file.

Standard Package

  • Introduced new BMD Film log conversion LUTs using the latest BMD color science
  • Introduced Nikon N-Log log conversion LUTs
  • Introduced updated Canon Log log conversion LUT
  • Introduced updated Panasonic Cine-D log conversion LUT
  • Introduced updated Sony Cine-4 log conversion LUT
  • Fixed an issue where some Movies Inspired LUTs would exhibit red banding in deep shadows if object in shadows had red colour

For a complete list of changes please see the changelog file.

Basic Package

  • Introduced new BMD Film log conversion LUTs using the latest BMD color science
  • Introduced Nikon N-Log log conversion LUTs
  • Introduced updated Canon Log log conversion LUT
  • Introduced updated Panasonic Cine-D log conversion LUT
  • Introduced updated Sony Cine-4 log conversion LUT
  • Fixed an issue where some Movies Inspired LUTs would exhibit red banding in deep shadows if object in shadows had red colour

For a complete list of changes please see the changelog file.

Here is a quick showcase of some of the new LUTs in this update:

Black Panther inspired LUT

French Comedy genre inspired LUT

BlacKkKlansman inspired LUT

The Favourite inspired LUT

Make sure you check out all of the new LUTs by visiting the Movies Inspired Looks page and the Alternative Process page.

As always, should you have any questions please contact us.

Header image by George Coletrain

About

Goran Ljubuncic is a leading fashion photographer, director of photography and a director based in Tel Aviv, Israel. He has years of experience shooting, directing, retouching and color grading campaigns and ads for clients such as Lacoste, Adidas, M.A.C, Lexus, Gillette, Bourjois, Pupa, Speedo, Fornarina, Nudie Jeans, Wrangler, Timberland, and Lee among many others. He is the founder and CEO of Lutify.me.

2 comments

  1. Comment by Artem

    Artem Reply May 4, 2019 at 04:31

    Great update! Dream to see Amelie and Vanilla Sky inspired LUTs made by you someday 🙂

  2. Comment by bigdom76

    bigdom76 Reply May 11, 2019 at 16:03

    Oh yes, they would be good ones, especially Amelie. The Matrix springs to mind (green analogous) or the Hunger Games. The possibilities are endless. I personally love warm tones like orange, red & brown such as the Martian and Life of Pi or pinkish, purple tones like La La Land, or a pastel, creamy look like The Truman Show etc.

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