Thank you so much for downloading my Free ADN Cinematic Drone Pack! Below you can find an installation guide and a few tips to make sure you are getting the most out of the collection!
These ADN Cinematic Drone Pack 1.0 were designed to work in perfect harmony with flat profiles : D-LOG on DJI Drones, meaning they are perfect for these drones and you rarely need to do anything else, just apply one of FREE Presets and/or LUTs, and get a perfect cinematic image.
These FREE Presets & LUTs work extremely well with ALL TYPES OF CAMERAS (Osmo, Lumix, Sony, Canon, BlackMagic, GoPro…) and other drones with a standard picture profile. They were crafted and inspired by stunning cinematic themes I’ve used over my travels.
Remember that every preset should be used as a foundation to work off. These presets are not always a ‘one-click’ solution, and no preset is for that matter. You will have to fine-tune certain settings to get your desired look. This is also an important point to note, that Ihope these presets eventually become your presets after some tweaking over time to match something closer to your desired style.Taking things from my presets and adding your secret sauce to create something extra special only you can use!
Tip : when applying a LUT to your footage, turn the opacity/intensity of the LUT all the way down to 0% and then slowly start increasing it. You can stop increasing the opacity/intensity when you feel like you’ve gotten the desired result that you’re looking for.
Step up your Cinematic game immediately and color grade your photos and films like a pro!
Extract the presets from the ZIP folder you can find in your downloads > Mac. Double click zipped folder > Windows. Right click zippedfolder then click “extract all”.
Lightroom Classic CC – Open LrC > go to develop tab in Lightroom > find the preset dropdown on the left > click on the + icon and”import preset” > go to file you just extracted and select the presets you wish to import!
Lightroom CC App – Open Lr App > go to the “edit” section found on the right toolbar > click on the preset button > click on the 3 dot sat the top of the preset panel > select “import presets” > select presets you wish to import