A blog by Colorist Factory
Todd Phillip’s Joker not only depicts an amazing character development. But the cinematography and color grading is on the point in conveying tone of the film. If you’re wondering how to get the Joker look in premiere pro, we’ve got you covered with our Joker LUT ( Bellart LUT & Blakehope LUT actually)
Looking to recreate a Hollywood-level action sequence in you next short? Need help with finalizing color grade? We’ve got you covered with our “Detroit” LUT. Detroit LUT helps you get a super cinematic and moody color grade. The LUT is inspired by a 2017 Hollywood blockbuster “Atomic Blonde”. Take a look at it & we’ll see how to recreate this look in Premiere Pro.
No matter what look you’re after, skin tones are a crucial area of any color grade. Specially when you are working with strong creative LUTs it is really important to take care that the LUT settings don’t overpower the skin tones. In this blog, let’s discuss a basic rule of thumb to get your skin tones right on track after a heavy color grading process. And that rule is that all skin-tones should lie in the following region on the color wheel.
Alright, you saw Peaky Blinders recently and you fell in love with the series. But what also impressed you was also how moody colors felt in the series. You decided to recreate the look for you next project. You started looking Hollywood LUTs, and cinematic color grading tutorials, and eventually you stumbled upon this blog post.
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