Free Luts inspired by Wes Anderson Aesthetics.
Today's freebie is six luts based on Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, The French Dispatch & The Grand Budapest Hotel. I haven't tried yet with video, so if some of you try to use it for a movie or short, please tell me.
The 3D lookup tables (3D LUTs) are used to map one color space to another. Now they are a native function in Photoshop. I was using curves to emulate some aesthetics of film colors. But LUTs allows you to use other tools from Photoshop and in the end you ship it everything in one file.
Here I made some examples of use of the LUTs. In some images you have to modify the opacity of the LUT or add a curve to increase the luminosity of an image. All the images I used as examples were previously color-corrected, so I supposed you have to at least adjust the Exposure of your image.
So, let's see what I got with these 3 LUTs :
 And these ones are some examples I created using images from Unsplash & Pixabay:
Behind the Scenes:

1.- All the images from Unsplash & Pixabay. Check them to meet the authors and compare the original coloring.

Examples before & after:

hisu lee unsplash
simona todorova unsplash
davide castaldo unsplash
Faridaridhwan Pixabay
jamakassi unsplash
sean stratton unsplash

The Other examples:

alexandre lecocq unsplash
alina kovalchuk unsplash
church of the king unsplash
haley lawrence unsplash
henri meilhac unsplash
humphrey muleba unsplash
jochen burkhard unsplash
zhengtao-tang- unsplash

2.- Download the 3 Wes Anderson inspired LUTS (two versions each) in four (4) different formats
(3DL, CSP, Cube & ICC profile). 42,5 MB.

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