We've all seen the "Cinematic Look" or the "Hollywood Look" tutorial before, right? Well, Peter McKinnon shows you how in a way that is thorough, yet simple and easy to follow. Using the Lumetri Color panel in Premiere Pro. Peter walks through his simple process of adding more drama to his shots with a couple easy slider moves.
Learn how to create more cinematic / Hollywood looking footage with some easy tips on colour correction and a little bit of sound design. This tutorial outlines some basics in colour grading within Premiere Pro without having to use third party plug-ins. —Peter McKinnon
Not sure where the development of HDR stands? Not sure what HDR is? Legendary trainer, Larry Jordan, shares not only what HDR (High Dynamic Range) is, but also the challenges facing post-production HDR workflows and mainstream HDR consumption. At ~6:05 Larry discusses the current state of HDR support in Premiere Pro CC.
Current support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) media is a series of small steps down a very long path. Current issues include monitoring, color grading, compression and distribution. In this short video, Larry Jordan explains the current state of HDR (High Dynamic Range) media in both Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. He explains where we are now and where we are headed. —Larry Jordan
Fan of the "Hollywood" look? Watch how YouTuber, Casual Savage creates his version of the Hollywood cinematic look in Premiere Pro. First, he applies the "Cinespace 50" Lumetri preset. Interestingly enough, Casual Savage uses the Fast Color Corrector for the actual color correction.
How To: Hollywood Film Look in Adobe Premiere Pro CC! In this video, I will be showing you how to create Hollywood film look in Premiere Pro CC. If you want to apply this effect to more than one clip, I recommend creating an adjustment layer and adding on all of the effects to that. —Casual Savage
Got yourself a GoPro HERO 5? Been playing around with the ProTune settings? Want to see how to color correct your GoPro HERO 5 footage in Premiere Pro CC? (Tired of the questions?) Watch, Casey Faris in this video tutorial as he gives a couple pointers on GoPro HERO 5 Protune settings and color correction tips in Premiere Pro CC.
Here are some tips on how to get nice colors in post with footage shot in Protune on Hero 5 Black, Hero 5 Session, Hero 4 and more! —Casey Faris
Want to add a little pop to your sky? In this video tutorial, Kelsey Brannan a.k.a. Premiere Gal, shows how to use the Title Designer in Premiere Pro CC to make color adjustments to a sky. This is a technique learned from Adobe Premiere Pro master trainer, Jarle Leirpoll.
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In this video tutorial, Colin Smith of VideoRevealed gives us tour of the WB (White Balance) Selector in the Lumetri Color Panel in Premiere Pro CC. Learn how to white balance a shot using the the eyedropper, and then finesse the results using the Temperature and Tint sliders. Colin also reveals a handy keyboard shortcut to sample a larger area with the white balance eyedropper.
The White Balance Selector in the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro makes white balance a one click job. The auto setting adjusts the Temperature and Tint controls which means is doing the same thing a professional colorist would do to get a neutral video! —VideoRevealed