If you’ve ever created a special style or “look” to apply to your images using multiple layer adjustment and blending options, then the ability to create and export Color Lookup Tables (LUTs) could potentially save you a significant amount of time. Although historically Color LUTs have been used primarily by the film industry,
These “looks” can be used to simply color correct an image, or they can be used to take an image to the extreme! in Photoshop, we can use Color Lookup Tables to incorporate not only the entire range of Adjustment and Fill Layers (such as Curves, Selective Color, Channel Mixer, Gradient Fill, even other Color LUTs!) but even more features including blend modes, opacity, and the advanced blending sliders.
check out this links to learn more about this feature:http://design.tutsplus.com/tutorials/the-ultimate-guide-to-adjustment-layers-color-lookup-and-photo-filter--psd-32338 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTEWlp6OTGE http://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/2014/09/5555-exporting-color-lookup-tables-in-photoshop-cc.html
40 color lookup tables included:
- 1960 - 1970 - artistic - black and white - blue film - blue sky - brave - brownie - dark film - dark vintage - desert - dramatic - dramatic bw - energetic - extra blue - golden - green film - gritty - grizzly - gypsy - happiest - happy - hot days - houdini - light sky - magentain - movie pro - nostalgic - old picture - pop red - pure - purple dream - shiny - spirit - storm - sunrise - surfer - sweet light - warm - yellow vintage