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Premiere Pro Guided Workflow: Color Grading in Premiere Pro

Adobe Employee ,
Jan 30, 2020 Jan 30, 2020

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Join Jason Levine for his new Video Masterclass as he breaks down how to create different looks with the Lumetri Color Panel in Premiere Pro.

 

In this masterclass, we'll take a look at creating different looks for your videos using the Lumetri Color Panel in Premiere Pro. This includes using LUTs (input LUTs and creative LUTs), an overview of the basic corrections panel (similar to Lightroom and Camera Raw) as well as some of the more intricate options like Selective Color Curves and HSL.

 

Part I

 

Part II

In this masterclass, we'll pick up where we left off in the Lumetri Color Panel, covering additional tips on setting White Balance, using the Selective Color Curves, HSL (for secondary color correction and more), the native Vignette and using Adjustment layers. ----- Check out more live streams at: https://www.behance.net/live


 

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Kevin

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A more recent Master Class by Jason. Recorded August 12, 2022.

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