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  • Working with LUTs can be complicated. For the best results, I recommend using Adobe Lightroom CC or Adobe Lightroom Classic. Both work just as well. I'm sure you are familiar with the base lookup table. If not you can download it here. This PNG is what should be altered in Lightroom to create your desired effect. In your case, you would like to make the skin stand out more. What I recommend doing is using a sample photo in Lightroom and adjusting the colors' hues, saturations, and luminances until you have your desired effect. Then, copy those settings and paste them onto the base lookup table. Finally, import the table into Lens Studio and see your results. Keep making adjustments until it's perfect!





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  • Try exporting your LUT in PNG instead of JPEG. I know it sounds a bit weird but it made a huge difference for me.

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  • Hey, 

    You can apply certain effects to the face only through segmentation. There are various tutorials for this online. If you'd like to make the skin stand out, you'd want to raise the exposure of it slightly since it would stand out against the darker background. That being said, if you do it too much, then it might look unnatural. You can always play around with the "Alpha" (opacity) of the material later in Lens Studio to set your desired intensity. 

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  • Hey,

    edit that lut more with brightness so that will resolve the issue


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