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Best settings for color correction on Sony alpha and Premiere Pro

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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I use Sony alpha 7r3 to capture my videos and edit on Premiere Pro and then upload on Instagram. But I do see  my colors seems off on Instagram. What will the best settings to achieve best colors even without color grading. 

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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You need to ask program questions in the forum for the program you are using
To ask in the forum for your program please start at https://community.adobe.com/
Moving from Using the Community (which is about the forums) to the correct forum

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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I work for/with/teach pro colorists, have for a decade now.

 

First, No two screens ever show the same image. Period. Colorists learn that right off, so what do they do? They learn to setup a viewing system while grading that tightly follows The Standard, grade under that, and let the delivery go Out Into the Wild.

 

You can't even totally match two "identical" monitors, connected to the same signal side-by side, with a high end spectro calibration system. Change hardware/software and viewing environments, and you have no control what so fricking ever.

 

On the same mobile screen, the same image on a park bench at noon and a darkened room at night will be different.

 

And every service, whether streaming, broadcast, or "social", will apply their own 'system' to the image past anything you do.

 

Make it look good in a properly setup system and environment. Distribute. 

 

And let it go. You have no control over what anyone else sees.

 

As long as you graded it under proper, controlled circumstances, that image will, on all other devices! ... look, in relative terms, like all other pro produced media on that screen.

 

It will never look on 'that' screen like it did on yours. Period.

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