Whether you’ve been using adobe premiere for a long time, or are just starting to figure out how to use adobe premiere, in this video we’ll run through my top 5 Adobe Premiere Pro editing techniques and tips to get you editing faster right now! —Justin BrownRead More
In this video we explore how to create the sin city effect, otherwise known as the solo color effect. This is where you create a shot that is black and white except for one color which stands out in the frame. This effect can be very powerful as it immediately draws the attention of the audience to the object left in color.
This style is created using the "leave color" effect inside of Premiere Pro. The process is incredibly simple and is achieved by selecting the desired color to be left saturated from right within your video frame. Once this is done, simply using the "amount to decolor" parameter as well as tolerance and softening will help you to achieve a more finessed look. —Motion ArrayRead More
LXXIV shows how to use a piece of green paper to create a really unique transition. (See it at 1:45 and 5:47.) She uses the Ultra Key effect in Premiere Pro to key out the green, revealing the incoming clip as she pushes the green paper towards the camera. Essentially, the green paper becomes like a window that transitions to the next scene as it fills the frame. Lots of cool possibilities with this technique!Read More