Creating “No Time to Die” color grading LUT a year before the film. Here’s how it stands out today.

We produced a LUT last year that was inspired by the No time to die trailer, and it was rather popular. Let's see how it stands in 2021.

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We produced a LUT last year that was inspired by the No time to die trailer, and it was rather popular. Let’s see how it stands in 2021. The James Bond No time to die LUT is a Davinci Resolve Color Grading LUT, designed to provide up to date and accurate color.

If you’re looking to do color grading with a 007 edge, use our James Bond inspired LUT. The entire LUT color compression has been adjusted to match the No time to die color palette. To break down the aesthetic, we’re using two LUTs (availablle for free). The “No time to die” LUTs include the Beige Space LUT, as well as the Stinchar LUT. ‘Beige Space’ was used for outdoor pictures, while ‘Sinchar’ was used for indoor ones. These both are a part of our bigger Colorist Toolkit.

Ultimate Colorist Toolkit Volume 2 comes highly recommended by us. In order to provide digital artists with the tools they need to succeed in the TV and film industries, we’ve compiled a toolbox of LUTs, film-grain scans, and film frames made by expert colorists

Reference still from No Time to Die Trailer, Before ad Afters created using Beige Space LUT

Reference still from No Time to Die Trailer, Before ad Afters created using Beige Space LUT

Video tutorial

Here’s the step-by-step video tutorial for No time to die LUTs in DaVinci Resolve. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more tips and tricks on color grading.

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Likewise, if you’re looking for some serious color grading inspiration, check out our Instagram. It’s a treasure trove of cinematic images. A diverse selection of visually appealing photos is made available to you courtesy of our team. Think of this as an increase in the number of mood boards to use as inspiration for your own work. Follow us on Instagram at “colorist.factory.”

 

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