Using SpeedLooks and DFS in Premiere CC
In this tutorial, LookLabs Colorist Jeff August shows you how to use SpeedLooks Studio LOG in Adobe Premiere Creative Cloud edition. The integration of Adobe’s Lumetri Deep Color Engine directly into Premiere CC makes it one of the most powerful NLE’s on the market in regards to color correction. Jeff goes over the basics of using SpeedLooks with the Lumetri effect in this comprehensive tutorial.
Look creation for film and video has never been easier, more creative or flexible
LookLab’s LOG and Linear SpeedLooks have been combined into one afforLookLabs’dable package. SpeedLooks are designed by industry professionals for cinematographers, editors and colorists to achieve the character and beauty of 35mm film, all with the click of a button. SpeedLooks works with all DSLR, Mirrorless and digital cinema cameras, as well as editing and color grading programs on the market. SpeedLooks Complete includes our 6 main categories and all variants; Clean, Big, Blue, Gold, Matrix and Artistic. In total you get over 50 variants for one low price.
Film is back...with a vengeance
DFS instantly gives you the natural look of film and the most flexible set of LUTs on the market. The DFS bundle includes 19 LUTs that perfectly emulate the most popular Kodak and Fuji film stocks. DFS comes in both REC.709 and LOG video formats and all SpeedLooks camera patches work with today's most popular digital cinema and mirrorless cameras. DFS even makes your Android videos look like film! Scroll down to the bottom of this page and view the before and after examples from this package.
Posted by Kim Sternisha