A Large Free Collection (800+) of 3D Color LUTs


What is a 3D Color LUT?

A 3D Color LUT (Lookup Table) is a 3D lattice of output RGB color values that can be indexed by sets of input RGB colour values. Each axis of the lattice represents one of the three input color components and the input color thus defines a point inside the lattice. 3D Color LUTs are then used to map one color space to another. They are nothing more than a table of numbers that apply a color transform to an image. They are able to apply complex color grades that can imitate the look of major motion picture films or old photographic films.


Input Color Images 3D Color LUT Images Transformed by the Color LUT
Input Color Images
3D
Color LUT
Images Transformed by the Color LUT
Quick-DDL Color LUTs Packs

At Quick-DDL, we have always considered 3D Color LUTs to be an essential resource for improving the daily work of photographers, illustrator, and movie makers. For the past 20 years, we have been retouching images and videos, and we have designed these color LUTs as .cube files, so that they can be used in a variety of software and applications.

Now, we offer you the possibility to download our packs of Color LUTs, for free.

(licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License Creative Commons License ).

In each of the 20 packs listed below, you will find 40+ Color LUTs, provided as .cube files, each encoding a different color mapping. This represents more than 800 various Color LUTs available! You are authorized to download and use them for your personal or commercial projects.

These .cube files can be used in the following image retouching or video editing software:

Adobe Premiere, DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, NUKE, LumaFusion, Capture One, and others.
Download links

Here are the download links to the Color LUTs packs. Click on the buttons below to download the packs.
(Support us by visiting our sponsors!)

★ Cinematic Packs ★

Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #1
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #2
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #3
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #4
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #5

★ Color Grading Packs ★

Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #6
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #7
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #8
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #9
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #10

★ Film Simulation Packs ★

Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #11
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #12
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #13
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #14
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #15

★ Color Moods Packs ★

Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #16
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #17
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #18
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #19
Download Q-DDL Color LUTs Pack #20
About Us

We are a group of amateur photographers, users of Photoshop and Lightroom. We process photos on a daily basis and we modestly wish to share our passion for image editing. We hope you will enjoy the quality of our color LUTs packs!

© QuickDDL.net, 2019.

Color LUTs are in common use as the solution for post production color grading, mostly in the context of filming HD video. Some of the common uses of LUTs in post production include the color. The standard RGB data format is one that can be written to a color wheel print on a CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) paper.
N.B. Every 3D LUT is a 3D LUT. This means that it consists of one or more "N" nodes, such as an N-point curve or an. The output RGB values in the final LUT are then a "look-up" table of the final image. There is also an image, ACF, a ScreenSpace LUT that contains the R. The 3D LUT also allows you to define some (presumably) 3D luminance, which is a coarser definition of color than the RGB, but uses the same colour values.
You can read more about how the 3D LUT is used in this white paper. Typical values for the LUT are given in the figure below (you can find an extensive 3D LUT Calculator that works with this framework here) The LUT's projection matrix is 1,0,1. The mathematical calculation is explained in the paper This lens produces an interesting looking results.

The intensity of an input color cell is determined by the number of points on the vertical axis. Although these look up tables are a useful, simple solution to the problem of binary representation of the RGB colour space, they don't offer much more than traditional LCD monitors and OLEDs in terms of color fidelity. As screens get brighter, an HDR image looks better, but as screens get colder they appear worse, while more color leakage causes the illusion of a black screen when viewing low.
What you see is that each color's source range is within the full range of the reference color. In other words, the origin point is a full range color of all three input components. However, each of the same red, green, and blue components has a unique origin point. Each of the three color components is not only unique but have unique origin points. In other words, the value of the RGB colors in the 3D LUT has an associated value within the The LUT can optionally incorporate several other material properties such as brightness (D709, D65, D50) and hue (0–255, by value). We will cover the syntax of the LUT a bit later on in this article.
In the following sections, we will see how to use the LUT in a DP's color management tool to improve color accuracy. White is 0, and black is 1. Red is 0, green is 1, and blue is 2. Purple is 0, orange is 1, and yellow is 2. All black and white images will have a certain amount of red in them, and a certain amount of green. An image with no red will look like a black and white photo. An image with no green will look like a blue and yellow photo.