Yes, 125 free Luts – all in Cube format, this time from commercial manufacturers : ON1 and Rocketstock.
But they are free, only an email is required but no registration for ON1, direct download for Rocketstock.
Just to be clear, I don’t get money to promote someone or a company, normally I don’t like to use commercial links on my page, but if they give it away for free, then that is good enough for me.
Nine folders, each folder contains 10 Luts, so you have 90 Luts in total!
The Luts are for MacOS, Lightroom, ON1 and Other Programs – the latter can be used in Darktable, for example.
Tested in Darktable
I would not be quick to give a review if it was about Luts from a fellow photographer, but in this case it is different.
Besides these two, there are many more to be found on the internet, and I might find another one that is also acceptable, but beware of “free”.
When they write on a site that I have to register before I can download, I am on alert !
With those of Rocketstock you don’t have to do anything, and those of ON1 do ask for an email, but you can easily unsubscribe via the opt-in/opt-out which is required by law. Many others are less generous, and will not leave you alone afterwards once they have your email information. With the one’s from ON1 and Rocketstock I know you are safe.
ON1 Free Luts:
You get 90 Luts for free, and that’s not bad of course,
but not all of them are equally great.
Many of them weren’t Wow ! and maybe some even unusable.
But there are a lot good ones, you can learn from them, and most of all : free !
A few examples, Cinematic and Lutify Me:
35 Luts all great
All examples :
Yet again a very nice addition to Cube Film Simulations, and for various software applications.
If this is your first time visiting this site, be sure to check the menu above under “film simulation”, you can find many others and also HaldClut (like for Rawtherapee and Artherapee) Presets and Recipes.
This site is also the home of PictureFX simulations that I created myself.
And you will find a link to the page of our good friend Mark G Adams, who is a specialist in all things Fujifilm Recipes, and he also has a great collection of recipes.
Check them Out!