Correcting color for consistency


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Correcting color for consistency

Color Correction is a necessary step in all professional projects. This is for technical reasons to make sure the signal is within acceptable range and also for aesthetic reasons, to sort of smooth things out when there are changes in color tone and sometimes to add an emotive effect. In this case, we're mostly concerned with evening out the colors so that we don't have a jarring effect when we switch from one shot to another, especially if they were shot under different lighting conditions.

Now this material was well shot, and that just goes to show you, especially with outdoor shooting, there's no avoiding those lighting changes and therefore there's almost always the need for some color correction. Like with many specialized functions in Premiere Pro, I start by setting up my workspace. I am going to start with one of the pre-built workspaces, but then I'm going to adapt it to my own needs. The Color Correction Workspace brings up automatically the Reference Monito...

Correcting color for consistency
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Correcting color for consistency provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jason Osder as part of the Documentary Editing with Premiere Pro

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