There’s a lot of misinformation regarding the use and application of LUTs. In this tutorial, you’ll not only learn what they are, but how to use them appropriately to give you the maximum control of your image during color grading.
Explore a Gallery of LUT Options
So many LUTs so little time. This tutorial will show you some insanely fast workflows for previewing your LUTs and you’ll learn the best ways to apply them to groups of clips in your timeline.
There’s a LUT for That
Because many of today’s cameras shoot in either LOG or RAW formats, you’ll explore different approaches for normalizing your footage using Resolve’s built-in Color Management and some great 3rd-party tools to expand your creative options.
This tutorial was designed for any video content creator who wants to understand how to work with Look Up Table (LUTs) to augment or improve their color grading workflow. This tutorial assumes a basic familiarity with DaVinci Resolve 14’s user interface and basic workflows.
Jason Bowdach, C.S.I. is a professional colorist, finishing artist, and post production engineer based in Los Angeles, CA. Jason’s color work spans the gamut from corporate projects for clients such as Adobe and Google to independent short and feature films. He is the post production engineer for the broadcast network The Africa Channel; a Blackmagic Design certified trainer, and a member of the Colorist Society International.Full Bio