Join Luisa Winters for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the �bleach bypass� effect, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Adjustment Layers and Nesting.
- The bleach bypass effect is used a lot…in the movie industry.…It was created to emulate chemical bleaching of film…when it was developed.…If you do not time correctly the bleaching stage…when developing film, you get a specific look to your clip.…There is no specific setting for this…because it is a timing issue with film development.…But we can get our clips to similar to this…by using simple techniques.…Please open sequence 4-4 from your Project Panel.…
And let's work with the first clip.…Basically, the effect consists of increasing contrast…and decreasing saturation.…So let's go ahead and add an Adjustment Layer…to the very first clip.…With the Adjustment Layer selected,…let's go to a Lumetri Color Panel.…And we're going to add an "S" curve to the Luma.…Very small, like this.…And now we are going to decrease the Saturation.…
As you decrease the Saturation, you start seeing…how the clip starts becoming a little bit more grungy.…So we can always go back to the curve…and exaggerate the "S" curve.…And it starts getting harsher, and harsher, and harsher.…
- When and why to nest Premiere Pro
- Rendering and replacing nesting
- Naming nested sequences
- Applying effects with adjustment layers
- Saving adjustment layers
- Adjusting footage using color corrections
- Masking effects
- Creating specific looks with adjustment layers
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Documentary Editing with Premiere Prowith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
Premiere Pro Guru: Organizing Assetswith Jason Osder2h 31m Intermediate
1. Using Nesting Techniques to Improve Your Workflow
2. Using Adjustment Layers to Make Your Effects Easier to Manage
3. Using Adjustment Layers to Create Visual Adjustments
4. Using Adjustment Layers to Create Specific Looks
5. Using LUTS
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