Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Tinting with gradients, part of Premiere Pro and After Effects: Enhancing Production Value.
…Using one overall solid color to tint the entire shot can be useful, for…example, when trying to add a unifying color to a montage, such as this.…But sometimes you need a fancier color, such as say, a gradient.…That's where you might want to use a combination…of Premier and After Effects to achieve that result.…Here we have our nice scene of a sunset over a pond.…We might want to have a different color or tint in the sky than we do…along the ground maybe more intense orange up top, or more intense blue down below.…
We we have a little bit of that already maybe, we want to enhance that.…Rather than create a solid color in Premier, I'm going to…right-click this clip and say it with an After Effects composition.…Again, that will create a comp in After Effects with this clip in…it, and dynamic link that clip to render back here in the Premier timeline.…So we'll switch to After Effects.…And here's our video clip.…To create a very flexible gradient in after…effects, I'm going to take advantage of shape layers.…
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- Compositing footage shot on black
- Tinting and color-balancing footage to change its mood and unify multiple clips
- Adding a filmic glow
- Introducing artificial lighting to add mystery and interest to a scene
- Relighting existing footage
- Using the Warp Stabilizer and Rolling Shutter Repair to smooth out wobbly shots