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Introducing Gorilla Grade LUTs
14 March, 2017
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An excellent color grade can elevate your project and help you tell a more compelling story. Whether your project is a 3D render, live action footage, or even a photograph shot with your phone, a powerful, yet tasteful color grade can help take your work to the next level.

Knowing I can use this great tool across nearly every platform in the toolbox – from Avid and Resolve to Premiere and After Effects and more – gives me a ton of confidence and flexibility. I’m able to rely on dozens of beautiful looks from battle-tested artists no matter my workflow.

Nate Pence, Editor  

Greyscalegorilla is proud to announce Gorilla Grade LUTs, a set of 100 different cinematic color grades that you can easily apply to your footage. You can load these LUT files into many leading digital content creation tools such as Photoshop, After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Nuke, Fusion, and much more. Gorilla Grade LUTs can quickly and easily color grade your 3D renders, motion design, live action, or even photos.

The Gorilla Grade LUTs have become an integral part of my workflow. Whether I’m in Nuke or Premiere, cycling through my GG LUTs is a must.

Donnie Bauer, Freelance Motion Designer

For more information on Gorilla Grade LUTs and how to make your images more cinematic visit the official website

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