DJI Air 2S - Landscape Rec.709 LUTs
Nine (9) custom built LUTs for the DJI Air 2S. Each 3D CUBE LUT transforms D-Log footage to the standard Rec.709 color space. Package includes matching XMP profiles for color grading still images in Adobe Camera RAW, Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC.
Nine D-Log to Rec.709 3D LUTs and XMP files
BASIC — Clean, simple Rec.709 transform that provides a filmic baseline for additional creative color grading
AIR — Creamy, pastel tones with super soft shadows and highlights
EARTH — Deep warm tones and silvery highlights
FROST — Soft contrast with crystalline blues and greens
GOLDEN — Vibrant, warm highlights and deep reds
REEF — Aquamarine blues and greens with dense oranges and reds
SAND — Soft midtones and shadows, compressed highlights, warm pastel vibe
SKY — Pleasing blue skies and green midtones
TWILIGHT — Dusty blue hour magenta and purple tones
Installation and Drone Setup Guides (PDF) included
Complete installation, setup and usage instructions, plus recommended DJI Air 2S settings for optimum video quality. Here's the Installation and Usage Guide (PDF) and Air 2S Setup Guide (PDF) if you'd like to check them out.
These 3D LUTs are in the .cube file format, which is compatible with all major video editing software including DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and Avid Media Composer, as well as Adobe Photoshop for stylizing still images. If using different software, check your documentation to ensure compatibility before purchasing.
These LUTs are designed specifically for D-Log on the DJI Air 2S. These LUTs can be used to color grade D-Log footage captured using other DJI drones (eg, Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Zoom, Mavic 3), but D-Log is a little different in each drone, so know that additional adjustments may be necessary.
About the creator
These LUTs were created by Todd Dominey, a designer, photographer and YouTuber living in the United States. He created each LUT to color grade his own Air 2S drone footage captured in Iceland, Mojave Desert, Colorado Plateau, and the Pacific Northwest coastline.
Check out Todd's YouTube channel