Experience a whole new set of "looks" to elevate your grading style and attract clients to your brand. ASCEND LUTs are 30 creative "looks" to help you tell better stories including your own. Sourced from the same experience and expertise I used when working with the Instagram team on the video filters in the Instagram app I'm now opening up my personal Colorist library to you as a filmmaker and Colorist.
Designed with careful attention to skin tones and to work in as many situations as possible (within a given context), these aren't cheap color casts or tints that will muddy up your image like other creative LUTs out there. With ASCEND LUTs you will experience the creative difference in pleasing color contrasts and color harmonies. ASCEND will help in better conveying the emotion in the story or setting up a particular genre. e.g. 1970's, SciFi/Thriller, Fashion etc.
I'm pleased to make these available to you and look forward to seeing better engagement in your videos with more 'likes', 'comments' and other opportunities that abound :)
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BONUS training tutorials with ASCEND
Having a great and successful experience with ASCEND is extremely important to us! We have produced tutorials detailing workflow and best practices using ASCEND in DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Browse ASCEND LUTs in our PDF Guide
We have made available here our SUPER helpful PDF Guide that comes with ASCEND suggesting what LUTs to use in different contexts and genres WITH thumbnail examples.
Click the bottom right hand 'Full Screen' button OR in the center to preview ALL the LUTs that are available FULL SCREEN.
Will they work with my camera or with LOG?
A common question I get asked is how will ASCEND work with LOG footage captured on cameras that support LOG exposure? (e.g. Blackmagic Camera BMDFilm, Canon CLog, Panasonic VLog & Sony SLog2/3). The short answer: YES! The long answer: Depends. ASCEND won't do your basic color correction for you which includes addressing LOG exposure. ASCEND are "looks" or filters that you apply AFTER you've done basic color correction. So there are two ways that you can address LOG. 1) Color correct manually adding contrast and saturation with color controls. 2) Apply a LOG to Rec709 for convenience or to make basic correction easier. For convenience we've included a 'LOG to Rec709' set of LUTs with the install :)
Convenient installer packages for both LUT Utility (FCPX), Color Finale (FCPX), DaVinci Resolve & Adobe Premiere CC 2015 (Win/Mac)
What's exciting about the Premiere CC 2015 version is that ASCEND can be 'previewed' in real time and applied from the 'Creative' section of the NEW Lumetri Color Panel.
ASCEND is only available for individual purchase until Wednesday, March 2nd @ 3:00PM Pacific Standard Time. Just like the same piece of 'license music' can find its way into tons of commercials and infomercials ASCEND LUTs will only be available for a limited one week period to preserve their value and uniqueness in the world as well as with your brand. They may become available in bundled offer/training's in the future but they won't be available for individual purchase again. So don't miss out on this one-time exclusive opportunity!
I will do my very best to ensure that you are satisfied with our products and if for whatever reason you are still not happy with your purchase we offer a 14 day money back guarantee.