Free Download DJI PowerLUT | Primaries The Premium Grades series are very strong and powerful LUTs. They’re based on well-known grades we’re used to seeing in movies. The DJI PowerLUT is my personal rebuilt of the extremely famous Visioncolor M31 LUT. The LUT gives a warm feeling to your footage while maintaining spot-on balance in curves and luminance.
Sample LUT This package includes only one LUT that works for Rec.709 footage. Full LUT Pack This pack contains three different intensity curves, low, mid and high. They all come in both Rec.709 and LOG variants. Also, conversion LUTs for all major camera brands are included in the download to give you the maximum amount of flexibility when coloring your footage. Powergrade This Powergrade is designed for Davinci Resolve, it gives endless possibilities and best of all, you can see exactly which steps I took to achieve this look. GOOD TO KNOW: DJI PowerLUT is wrapped as .CUBE files Conversion LUTs for all major consumer camera brands, including DJI The Powergrade comes as a .DPX and .DRX file Video tutorial to help you install the LUTs properly A few things you should know before applying a LUT. All my LUTs (with an exception for the Sample LUTs) come in two variants, LOG and Rec.709. Also, a conversion LUT pack is included to transform your footage from LOG to Rec.709. A LUT for the following camera brands are included: Blackmagic Design Film Sony Slog Canon Log Panasonic V-Log (use this input LUT for Fujifulm) DJI Dlog-M The best way to color your footage with LUTs is by following these steps: Input LUT (conversion from LOG to Rec.709) Exposure adjustment White balance adjustment Saturation adjustment Contrast Creative LUT (the one you bought) This approach will give you the best most flexibility and best results. However, you can also use the LOG LUT to grade fast, this LUT contains all the adjustments named above. Of course, this will be a quick solution but you don’t get the amount of flexibility you would have using the Rec.709 LUT approach. Grading is quite similar in Premiere, FCX and Resolve. I suggest you search for basic color correction tutorials on YouTube to get you up to speed with color correcting your footage.