In this post I wanted first of all to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that has purchased my Creative Pack 3; it’s been great seeing some of the results people are getting with it and the feedback.
“Got mine last night and already tried some of the LUTs. Love them”
“Picked it up today 👍 Top notch as usual Glyn!”
Ivan Blecker (Facebook)
I’ve had a few questions from folks so thought I’d answer them here and also let you know some other things I’ve found out since releasing the pack, so I’ll share them below…
Q. Do the LUTs in the pack work with Photoshop CS6?
A. Absolutely 100% yes!
Q. Is there any way I can use the LUTs in Lightroom?
A. There sure is. It’s not as simple as installing like you do in Photoshop but it’s still easy to do. I’ve actually recorded a new video showing how you do it and have now added that into the pack so instead of 7 video tutorials there’s now 8 (plus video transcription). Oh and you can use the LUTs in Premiere Pro too.
Q. I got the Creative Pack on the day it was released so how do I get the new video about using the LUTs in Lightroom?
A. You should now have it in an email I sent out the day after. If you don’t see it just let me know and I’ll get it over to you.
Q. I clicked on the picture in your email and the pack downloaded without me paying. Is there any way I can send you the money?
A. Wow! Thanks so much for your honesty. It’s not actually the Creative Pack 3 you downloaded though but is the FREE Tool Kit you get when you join my email group; I just hadn’t updated the link in the email…doh! Sorted now though 🙂
Q. I don’t use Photoshop or Lightroom. Can I use the pack in Affinity Photo?
A. You sure can
Q. I don’t want my pictures to look grungy so should I use these LUTs?
A. The grunge look you sometimes see in pictures is nothing to do with LUTs; that’s likely been created using some other techniques or plug ins such as Topaz Detail / Clarity. LUTs are purely about using colour and creating the mood, atmosphere and style you’re after so yes absolutely, LUTs are definitely something to look at using. Actually, the pictures in the original email I sent you do look a little bit grainy but that’s down to the compression used by the mail client; you can see what my pictures actually look like over in my portfolio at https://www.glyndewisphotography.com
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Hope this helps answer questions you too may have had but if there’s anything feel free to drop me a message in the comments section and I’ll get back to you straight away.
Have a good one,