Introduction to LUT files and Motion Blur
LUT files are extremely useful…
I was up in London a few days ago with one of my students. We were doing a bit of street photography together and on the way to Picadilly Circus. Just as our tube train arrived I fired off a shot, hoping to get the train blurred as it sped past the standing commuters.
Sadly, even at 1/60 sec, It didn’t get the amount of blur I wanted, so I decided to use Photoshop to recreate the effect.
The amount of additional blur I added was quite minimal and having completed that, I looked at the image and thought I’d add a LUT file or two, to bring some mood into the shot.
This tutorial takes you through my thought processes and techniques to get the final look.
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Another good few PS snippets learnt. Very interesting. Thanks Kevin
A snippet here, a snippet there… a continuous process Duncan.
Enjoyed that Kevin. Thank you
Hi Keith. Thanks for the feedback, glad it was helpful