Check out this super quick tutorial to learn how you can achieve that sought-after Vintage look in three simple ways by using the Curves Tool. —DOD Media
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Learn how to color grade your YouTube videos, skits, and short film in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017/2018 to create a faded/cinematic/vintage look! This is a very easy color grading tutorial that you can follow. —Steven Van
Learn how to create a vintage faded look without plugins, overlays or LUTs in this Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 tutorial! The vintage look is easy to achieve using only Lumetri to color grade! —Austin Newman
Chrystopher Rhodes aka YCImaging shows how to get that increasingly popular faded film look in Premiere Pro. First, he quickly walks through his own color correction process, increases the contrast, and at 1:15 he shows how he pulls out some of the browns in his footage using the HSL Secondary tools in the Lumetri Color panel. Then, at 2:29 Chrystopher shows two different ways to achieve the faded film look. The first way is the obvious Faded Film slider in the Creative tab of the Lumetri Color panel. But as Chrystopher points out, that can sometimes mess with your midtones. The second way gives you more control over your faded film look, and that's by using the Curves in the Lumetri Color panel.
In this tutorial I show you how to create a faded/vintage look for your color grade using Adobe Premiere Pro! —YCImaging