Color Grading Using Look Up Tables in Photoshop
- Photoshop CS 6 is the minimum but Photoshop CC is preferred (If you don't have this software you can download a 30 day trial version at Adobe's website)
- Photoshop CS 6 can be used to apply look up tables
- Photoshop CC is required to save out your own look up tables
- A basic knowledge of Photoshop would be an advantage but is not a requirement
In this course I will show you how to create and save your own professional look up tables to color grade any of your photos.
This can be as simple as adding a bit of contrast to your image or as complex as creating a vintage sepia tone effect.
Enrol on this course today to discover the professional way to color grade your photos using look up tables in Photoshop.
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- If you are wanting to improve the look of your photographs so that they stand out from the crowd then this course is for you
- You might take the occasional photo on your phone or you could be a professional photographer, this course is for everyone
- All you need is a passion for learning
- The course is in English, however, even if English is not your first language it is easy enough to follow the step by step visuals to complete the tasks
- Photoshop Version
- Basic color grade
- High contrast colors
- Creating and saving look up tables (LUTs)
- Using your own LUT files on images
- High contrast black and white photos
- Creating and saving black and white look up tables
- Vintage sepia tone effect
- Course Completion
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