They seem to be the buzzword and video darling of late, but everyone is talking about LUTs.
For the uninitiated, or if you have been living under a rock the last 2 years or so, LUT stands for “Look Up Table” and is a way of substiting the “look” of you video in terms of colour, saturation, contrast etc, with another “look”.
A basic example is shooting on one camera and then using An LUT from another to simulate the look that camera would have given.
The definition from www.premiumbeats.com says
“A LUT (Lookup Table) is essentially the modifier between two images, the original image and the displayed image, based on a mathematical formula. There are different types of LUTS – viewing, transform, calibration, 1D and 3D.”
Anyway, video bits vendor Rhino in a recent email to me say that as gratitude to their clients, they want to give away a bunch of professionally created LUTs for you to have a play with.
The URL is https://rhinocameragear.com/products/rhino-lut-pack and on that page, as well as being able to download the LUTs Rhino has available, you can see samples of what they do.
Disclosure: I get nuffin’ for providing this info 🙂