LUT in Photoshop Elements

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Mar 04, 2018 Mar 04, 2018

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Dear all,

Ive bought Photoshop Elements and im trying to get LUTS to work as presets, to color grade .raw files.

Now the first problem: my version of elements in in Dutch, horrible of course because all content on the web is in English. Is there any way to change the language to English?

And secondly, how can I get LUTs to work with raw files here? What would be the Dutch equivalent word for Color Lookup Table?

If not, is there any way to import something like an LUT/Lightroom preset to color grade .raw files?

Best,

Yannick

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Mar 04, 2018 Mar 04, 2018

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Hi

I've moved your post to the Photoshop Elements forum

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What operating system are you using?

During the photoshop elements install you should have been able to select the language.

Anyway. loading camera raw presets is not the most straightforward process in photoshop elements as explained here:

The CoffeeShop Blog: Loading CoffeeShop Presets in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements ACR and LightRoo...

If you have actual LUT presets like Looks, cube, etc you could use an Color Lookup Adjustment Layer after you open the camera raw files into the photoshop elements editor, though the Color Lookup adjustments layer is not included in photoshop elements, it can be accessed using actions as shown below.

lut.jpg

You can get the action set from here, which includes some other adjustment layers as well.

One caveat is the adjustment layers can't be edited in photoshop elements once applied. You have to redo the adjustment layer to make changes.

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Mar 06, 2018 Mar 06, 2018

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Hey Jeff,

Thank you for the elaborate answer.

After two days, still no luck here, it either gets lost in translation or this color lookup table is just not available in my version. (elements 15, windows 10, Dutch)

I'm looking into alternative software right now, not planning on using this stripped down version of Photoshop anymore.

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Yannick

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It's not available in pse 15 unless you use the actions i linked to above.

You bought pse 15 from adobe or the Microsoft Store?

Is your operating system language set to Dutch?

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