Understanding the Arri LUT Generator: Do’s and Don’ts

Understanding the ARRI LUT Generator: Part 2 In Part 1 of this series, I showed how you can creatively work with a dozen different LUTs from the ARRI Lut generator. That…

How To Work With Arri Alexa LUTs, Part 1: In Action

Day 19: 20 Insights in 20 Days Holiday Marathon If you haven’t watched it, I’ve done an extensive series on LUTs, here on MixingLight.com. Consider this Insight Series a follow-on…

The Case For Completely Avoiding LUTs (And Going DIY)

In ML0022 I demonstrated how typical camera LUTs (used for expanding the contrast of ‘flat’ log-recorded images), when applied in the middle of color grading operations, break the 32-bit Float…

What Are the Limitations of LUTs When Color Correcting in 32-bit Float?

Patrick’s “3-Node Approach”: Limitations you need to understand When it comes to working with flat, log-recorded images I’m a big proponent of using 3 nodes in DaVinci Resolve and applying the…

Color Correcting with LUTs: The 3-Node Approach

Organized Nodes Can Save You A Lot Of Time (And Hassle) One LUT to rule them all, One LUT to find them, One LUT to bring them all and 3-Nodes in…

What is a LUT (and how do you use a LUT for color correction)?

Updated: August 2, 2016 – edited text for clarity. What is a LUT(and how do you use a LUT)? A Look-Up Table (LUT) is mathematically precise way of taking specific RGB image values…

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