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Color Looks Art Series: Flemish Masters I

74 Color Look (LUT) files, based on the color palettes of paintings by Flemish and Dutch Masters - Bosch, Rembrandt, Rubens, Jan Steen - for Premiere Pro and Photoshop.

74 Color Look (LUT) files, based on the color palettes of paintings by Flemish and Dutch Masters - Bosch, Rembrandt, Rubens, Jan Steen - for Premiere Pro and Photoshop.

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Art Series: Flemish Masters I includes 74 Color Look (3DLUT) files each based on a different painting by the Flemish and Dutch Masters - Bosch, Rembrandt, Rubens, and Jan Steen. Included are 17 Looks based on Bosch paintings; 19 Looks based on Jan Steen paintings, 20 Looks based on Rembrandt paintings, and 18 Looks based on Rubens paintings.

These looks include a wide variety of color palettes to apply to your photography or video, including the color palettes from paintings that range from deep golds and earth tones to vibrant reds and blues.

These LUTs will alter the colors in your pictures across the tonal range - they are not intended to turn a photograph into a specific painting - they use the artist's pallets of colors for specific paintings and will vary in effect* for every image you apply them to. The best way to see the result is to experiment! And to get you started you can download an LUT Comparison Chart in PDF format from this link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qkbztunvmi9u6ll/ArtSeries-FlemishMasters-I-LUTComparisonChart.pdf?dl=0

*While these LUTs were created from different subjects like portraits, landscapes, and street scenes, they do not have to be used on those subjects at all, and you may find that a Bosch LUT works great on a portrait, or a Rembrandt LUT turns a night shot or a still life photo into a masterpiece. The only way to tell is to try out the different LUTs because they are very *image-dependent* and the look from any LUT will change from one image to the next based on the underlying colors and brightness values. (NOTE: transition areas like a sweeping blue sky may show banding due to the LUT's nature of color changes being mapped to different brightnesses. The color looks work best on images that do not have large plain gradient regions. See the PDF Comparison Guide for examples.)

See Installation Instructions to load the Color Looks (LUTs). These Art Series Color Looks are provided in both .3DL and .CUBE format for easy import to Photoshop and Premiere Pro. If you purchase the set and you need a specific .CSP, or .ICC file, email me with proof of purchase and I will send it to you.

Terms and conditions: Upon purchase you are hereby granted a non-exclusive, limited, non-transferable, freely revocable license to use the ”Color Looks Art Series: Flemish Masters I” 3DLUT files for your personal, commercial, or non-commercial use only and as permitted by the features of the product. Steve Weinrebe Productions reserves all rights not expressly granted.

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ArtSeries-FlemishMasters-I-LUTComparisonChart.pdf
Complete installation instructions FM1.pdf
How To Use Color Looks.pdf

Color Looks Art Series: Flemish Masters I

74 Color Look (LUT) files, based on the color palettes of paintings by Flemish and Dutch Masters - Bosch, Rembrandt, Rubens, Jan Steen - for use in Photography or Video. Download the LUT Comparison Chart in PDF format from this link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qkbztunvmi9u6ll/ArtSeries-FlemishMasters-I-LUTComparisonChart.pdf?dl=0

In Photoshop all color looks can be used by loading them into the Color Lookup adjustment's ”Browse” menu. In Premiere Pro simply use the Lumetri Color Panel's Look menu to Browse to the looks. All of the Art Series Color Looks are provided in .3DL format for both Photoshop and Premiere Pro.

FIRST:
1) Close your Adobe applications first (Photoshop and/or Premiere Pro).
2) Make sure you have the Creative Cloud Desktop App installed and launched, and that File Syncing is turned on (from the Creative Cloud Desktop App preferences).
3) Upon purchase, the .ZIP file will download to your Downloads folder. NOTE: The Creative Cloud desktop app may display a pop-up that states you have installed the add-on, but that only means you have downloaded the .ZIP file to your Downloads folder. See next...

(If you have and earlier version of Photoshop or Premiere Pro than CC, and do not have the Creative Cloud Desktop App, then see this link for alternate installation instructions using Extension Manager:
https://www.adobeexchange.com/resources/19#steps)
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Photoshop
Make sure Photoshop is not running during the install, or quit and relaunch Photoshop after the following:
Mac:
1) Go to the destination of your download (e.g. your Downloads folder), and double click the downloaded .ZIP file, 74_Flemish_Masters_Looks_1.zip.
2) Then open the uncompressed folder and click on the 74_Flemish_Masters1_3DL folder to highlight it. Then go Edit>Copy, or Cmd+C
3) Navigate to [hard drive] > Applications > Adobe Photoshop [your version] > Presets > 3DLUTs
4) Highlight the 3DLUTs folder and choose Edit>Paste, or Cmd+V.

Windows:
1) Go to the destination of your download (e.g. your Downloads folder), right-click on the the folder 74_Flemish_Masters_Looks_1.zip, and choose Extract All. Then open the uncompressed folder and click on the 74_Flemish_Masters1_3DL folder to highlight it.
2) Then right-click and choose Copy, or press Ctrl+C
3) Navigate to Computer > C Drive > Program Files > Adobe > Adobe Photoshop [your version] > Presets > 3DLUTs
4) Right-Click on the 3DLUTs folder and choose Paste


Premiere Pro
Mac
1) Go to the destination of your download (e.g. your Downloads folder), double click on the downloaded folder, 74_Flemish_Masters_Looks_1.zip.
2) In the Premiere Pro's Effects panel choose Video Effects > Color Correction > Lumetri Color, and drag Lumetri Color to your clip in the Timeline.
3) In earlier versions of Premiere Pro than the current version, in the resulting dialog navigate to the extracted folder and choose one of the 3DL Files.
4) In Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, choose Workspace, Color, and in the Lumetri Color panel's Look Menu (in the Creative section) choose Browse. Navigate to the extracted folder and choose one of the 3DL Files.

Windows
1) Go to the destination of your download (e.g. your Downloads folder), right-click on the the folder 74_Flemish_Masters_Looks_1.zip, and choose Extract All.
2) In the Effects panel choose Video Effects > Color Correction > Lumetri Color, and drag Lumetri Color to your clip in the Timeline
3) In earlier versions of Premiere Pro than the current version, in the resulting dialog navigate to the extracted folder and choose one of the 3DL Files.
4) In Premiere Pro CC 2015, choose Workspace, Color, and in the Lumetri Color panel's Look Menu (in the Creative section) choose Browse. Navigate to the extracted folder and choose one of the 3DL Files.

IF you wish to have the entire folder available in Premiere Pro's Lumetri panel list, here are steps for the Mac. For Windows, please contact me for the Win version of these steps:
1) Unzip the file
2) Navigate to your Applications folder and open the Premiere Pro folder.
3) Right-click on the Premiere Pro application, and choose ”Show Package Contents”, and open the ”Contents” folder
4) Open the Lumetri folder, and then the LUTs folder
5) Copy the folder of .CUBE files into the ”Creative” folder, inside the LUTs folder.
You can just put the folder in there, you don't need to drag out all the individual files.

Re-launch Premiere Pro, and the color looks will show up in the Lumetri panel list.

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