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Streamline your color-correction workflow and learn practical methods for improving the color and tonality of footage in post-production. Adobe Certified Instructor Jeff Sengstack details basic color-correction concepts, addresses colorcasts and exposure errors, and shows how to match color among multiple clips. The course also covers secondary correction techniques, such as limiting tonality and color modifications to specific portions of a clip with track mattes, and shows how to create stylized looks by tinting footage, incorporating gradients and vignettes, and using the Magic Bullet Looks plug-in.
Hi! I am Jeff Sengstack, the author of Premiere Pro: Color Correction and Enhancement. If you are a video hobbyist, an event videographer, or work in a small production studio then I think this course is for you. Premiere Pro and other software products bring a full collection of color- correction tools to anyone who cares to use them. My goal in this course is to show you how helpful color wheels, other Color Correction effects, and scopes can be, and to show you how easily you can put them to good use. Premiere Pro has a full suite of effects to cover all basic aspects of color correction.
I have tested all of them and have dramatically narrowed down the number of effects you need to use. I explain all the standard color- correction steps, starting with contrast and brightness to give your clip some extra punch, going onto adjusting color and saturation to remove a colorcast, for example, or make colors more vivid. I show you how to limit your color fixes to specific regions within a frame, and show you how to match the tonality and color of one clip with another. Finally, I show you how to enhance your videos, for instance, give them a warm film- like look, or use vignettes to focus viewer's attention on the subject.
So let's get started with Premiere Pro: Color Correction and Enhancement.
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