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  1. Here are 8 LUTs that I've created to give images that stylized faded look. These LUTS work by lifting the dark's of an image (usually the blacks and dark grays), and slightly pushing the highlights to create a faded look. There are a total of 2 variations: Faded Normal Faded Extra NOTE: Extra doesn't mean that the color of these LUTs are increased, but rather it's adjusting the degree in which the dark's are lifted. I have provided 3 undertones: Faded - No color grading Faded Teal - Teal undertones Faded Blue - Blue undertones Faded Warm - Red undertones faded.zip
  2. I created 15 LUTs that are provided as filters for the Galaxy S9 photo editor. I tested each LUT by comparing two images, one created by the phone and another created by Affinity Photo, and all of them are accurate. If you're curious of how this was achieved, then here is a video that explains that process. Galaxy_S9_Plus_LUTs.zip
  3. Here are 10 color palettes I've made for gradient mapping. I would have exported and shared just the gradient maps, but it doesn't look like that's a feature in Affinity Photo (or least yet). If you're new to this process, then here is a pretty good video tutorial on how that's done. Affinity_Photo_Palettes.zip
  4. I've created a template for those of you who own a Galaxy S9+ or create content for this device. Some information on this template startup file: Width: 1440 px Height: 2960 px DPI: 432 Color format: RGB/8 Color Profile: sRGB Margins: None Guides: Yes, as provided in the screenshot. Galaxy S9 Plus Template.zip
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