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Video editors and still photographers are always looking for ways to add drama and atmosphere to their original footage or imagery. By adding these color looks, video and photography can take on the color palette of the famous earthy brown color named after the Flemish painter Anthony van Dyck (note the spelling changed for the color pigment in later years).
Color Looks Art Series: Van Dyke Brown, includes *2 color look files (3D LUTS), provided in both 3DL and .CUBE format, which can be applied to video in Premiere Pro and After Effects, or to photography in Photoshop.
Each of the 2 Looks is based on the actual color palette of original paintings by Anthony Van Dyck.
”Van Dyke Brown 1” has the characteristic of crushing the blacks, while ”Van Dyke Brown 2” maintains more open tones.
In Premiere Pro, the color looks can be applied to video via the Lumetri panel.
In After Effects, the color looks can be applied via Lumetri Color in Effects Controls.
In Photoshop, the color looks can be applied to photography via the Color Lookup adjustment.
*Previously only available as part of the ”Flemish Masters II” package of color looks - because the Van Dyke Brown looks are popular and unique - these 2 color looks can now be purchased here as a standalone package of 2 color looks.
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Color Looks-Van Dyke Brown Comparison Chart.pdf
Complete installation instructions.pdf
How To Use Color Looks.pdf
Zip file named ”2_VanDyke_Brown_Color_Looks.zip” will download to your Downloads folder.
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