Today I am introducing a new member of the Origami Family. False Color LUT. It’s a LUT designed to give a visual representation of the exposure to make editing seamless and visually match shots together without complex scopes.

Principle work behind False Color is very simple. It’s a visual representation of the exposure. Instead of looking at the RGB or Waveform, you have a few different shades of color to represent the levels of exposure. That makes matching shots extremely easy and can help you to keep a consistent look throughout the shots. See Example Below

Sample Exposure Guide

For the Simplicity of the usage, the Origami False Color LUT divided into 5 Areas of shading. It is a very convenient color scheme for the user to immediately identify the exposure boundaries.

How to use it?

Using False Color LUT is extremely simple. Make sure to add a note at the very end of your node tree, or if you are working in the layer-based system, you can add an adjustment layer on top of your project. Simply apply the False Color LUT and you are done! It will represent the exposure zones and will give you a great idea of where your exposure stands. A very fast and convenient way to check if all your shots are matching!

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Origami False Color LUT works with every footage. As long as your software supports .cube extension you can load False Color and Apply it to any footage supported by your editing software.