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    vogliadicane
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    Here is my collection of LUT files:

    neutral: 10 - 100 (higher number means darker) warm: like neutral, but with different "warm" tints (last number)

    have fun!

    How to use:

    - import images in image manager

    - open options

    - switch to backdrop

    - select LUT file at dropdown "Color Grading Lookup Table" in options

    Original release: https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?showtopic=42644

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    #206510
    bord
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    Good stuff. Thank you.

    #206511
    JR
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    Reading Onevox’s discussion found here about luts was eye opening.  Since then I’ve used both yours and mandolin’s luts on a few dozen tables.  I prefer darker tables for my environment and often use your 90.  The difference is startling.  For someone with limited ability like myself, this option has been fascinating to tinker with.  Looking forward to experimenting with these.

    Thanks @vogliadicane !

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    #206524
    vogliadicane
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    @jfr1 completely agree. I started here (Eye opener): https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?showtopic=40894&p=432876

    and continued here: https://www.vpforums.org/index.php?showtopic=40894&page=15#entry432903

    and, well continued up to now…

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    #206579
    kds70
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    LUT50 is always a good starting point; i don´t have a table without a lut file anymore :yes:

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    #206583
    JR
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    LUT404 is not one of my faves.

    #206664
    Thalamus
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    @thalamus
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    Easily fixable by uploader – add screenshot B-)

    #206686
    vogliadicane
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    @vogliadicane
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    ^^you mean, people couldn’t download, because a screenshot was missing? Strange, anyways, now there is one. B-)

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    #206710
    Thalamus
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    Not really. It has to be a very good reason for not supplying a screenshot related to the upload, and getting it approved. This, now, is excellent. It shows what the actual LUT is doing and that is also why I’m anal about these kind of things. A picture explains much more than some text and it is very beneficial to the newcomers.

    #206720
    JR
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    Thanks for sharing these.  Oh!  @brandonlaw created a ball for low light conditions that made my tinkering possible but I can’t find a link to it.

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