Can you use pre-built LUTs in Adobe Photoshop (with still images)?
Applying LUTs in Photoshop? Yep, you can easily apply Look Up Tables to stills, graphics or any other layer in Photoshop – either directly to the layer or as a true adjustment layer. This workflow is amazingly powerful and the best part is – that its so easy to apply LUTs to speed up look creation in Photoshop.
In this article, I’ll show you how to use a grade exported as a LUT or a Look from a grading application like Resolve or SpeedGrade directly in Photoshop and I’ll also show you a small caveat in this workflow about how Photoshop applies LUTs.
This is a cool workflow and exciting one for print, web and any other still workflow, where you want to borrow the look from a video grading session and apply it to other materials.
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