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Roger and all forum members, 

I always shoot RAW for my still photography and edit contrast, saturation, balance the exposure, and sometimes I'll warm up or cool down the colors in the image. Doing this takes a lot of time and I'd prefer to spend as little time as possible editing the RAW image.

Is there a way to create and apply a LUT to my photos just like a cinematographer would? I use the free nikon NX-d software. Below are some of my shots.

Thank you!

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