Now that you have your exposure looking great, you can move onto adjusting the style of your image with a Look. These Looks add a feel to your shots that you can adjust to best match the tone of your project. In this movie, author Richard Harrington demonstrates how to add and adjust Looks in Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Once your exposure is looking pretty good,…it's time to move on to adjusting the style of the image.…Let's continue to work with the last clip we had processed.…I'll twirl up Basic Correction…and go down to the Creative section.…You'll note here that there are lots of options.…Rather than working with some of the presets here,…let's in turn take a look at some of the other choices.…I'll choose to Browse and go to my folder here for LUTs.…
Take a look at the folder that I gave you…and let's explore some of these options.…Let's take a look here at using this Smoke look.…And I'll click Open.…You see that it gets very rich and dark.…That particular look brought out the reddish tones…and pushed the blacks, making it look a little smoky.…If you like that look but it's too strong, remember,…you can use the Intensity slider to split the difference.…
Taking it so that it's essentially faded,…a value of zero is no different than applied or not applied,…while an intensity value of 200…is essentially applying the LUT twice.…
- What is a lookup table?
- Applying corrective LUTs
- Applying LUTs for style
- Creating custom LUTs
- Working with LUTs in cross-application workflows
- Managing your LUT library and presets