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How can I make a "glowing" effect?

Community Beginner ,
Sep 02, 2011

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This seems a bit ridiculous. I work with premiere all the time, and I know I've seen this a million times before, but I have no idea how to create it. I have a beauty shot of a product and I want the footage to "glow", I used to do it all the time for Deja vu stuff when I was in highschool, but that was in iMovie and it was just a drop in effect.

What does premeire have that can create a similar look? I've tried a few plugins but I have yet to find anything that works. First time I've needed this look in about 4 years

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How can I make a "glowing" effect?

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This seems a bit ridiculous. I work with premiere all the time, and I know I've seen this a million times before, but I have no idea how to create it. I have a beauty shot of a product and I want the footage to "glow", I used to do it all the time for Deja vu stuff when I was in highschool, but that was in iMovie and it was just a drop in effect.

What does premeire have that can create a similar look? I've tried a few plugins but I have yet to find anything that works. First time I've needed this look in about 4 years

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I have done similar with Titles, where I use Gaussian Blur, and some extreme Color Correction to create an "outer glow," behind the Text.

It would be easy to do similar, and either Key around your product, or use a Track Matte Key to limit that "glow" to be where you want it.

The Effect is somewhat similar to the Outer Glow in Titler, but with much more control, and the one difference is that with a non-Text image, you need to remove background from that footage, around where you want the glow to show.

Good luck,

Hunt

PS - depending on your product, you might be able to just use one of the Garbage Mattes, to do the work of eliminating some of the background. That would save having to work with Alpha Channels, but if the product moves, then Keying would be the way to go.

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I want the whole scene to "glow" like this shot from an old proejct of mine. It's actually sharp but I grabbed this off of a youtube video.

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See how it kind of "glows" all over? like a soft edge blur with white? I just don't know how to recreate it.

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I think I figured out what I'm looking for... A diffusion filter?

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For myself, I'd use Magic Bullet Looks to do the job.

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Got you. I was thinking about adding a glow around a product, and not to the whole scene.

Thank you for the clarification.

Good luck,

Hunt

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You might also try Light Emboss or Lighting effects. Either one gives you a lot of different controls.

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Hey if someone still read this, the best method is to use secondary in lumetri color, mask all whites and colors you want to "glow" and then blur the mask and set sharpen to very low 🙂 

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