by Larry Jordan Adobe released an AI-driven, automatic color correction tool – called “Auto Tone” – that will be part of the Lumetri Color panel in Adobe Premiere Pro. Currently, Auto Tone is only available in the beta version of Premiere Pro. The Auto Tone button replaces the Auto white balance tool, currently used in Premiere […]Read more "Adobe Releases Auto-Tone: AI-driven Automatic Color Correction"
By Shareef Saadi Free cinematic LUTS for photoshop color grading and premiere pro Use these FREE LUTS from Shareef Saadi to give you a more filmic-look to your footage. It’s a professional pack with natural skin tones. Make sure to correct the footage first, then use the LUT as a base color grading look to […]Read more "Free Cinematic LUTS for Photoshop and Premiere Pro"
by Larry Jordan Click the WB Selector on something that’s supposed to be gray to remove color casts. Deep inside the Lumetri Color panel is a tool that makes removing color casts a snap… well, ah, actually, a click. Here’s how it works… Select the clip you want to color correct. Switch to the Color workspace and […]Read more "Tip: A Fast Way To Color Balance in Premiere"
by Color Grading Central What would it be like if you didn’t know much about color correction but with one little chart you could get perfect looking colors? Do it the manual way as shown in the video or the auto way with https://cinemagrade.com Though this isn’t a sponsored Xrite video Xrite already had a […]Read more "The Handy Chart That Gets Colors Right On The Money!"
by Stanley Productions Show off your color grading skills with this amazing plug-in. Add the Before & After transition to any freeze frame or clip, adjust your grading and enjoy the result.Read more "A Free Before & After Transition for FCPX"
by Denver Riddle Adobe Premiere contains a powerful color correction tool known as the Lumetri color effect. Color grading can have a powerful impact on your films and an this tutorial I show you how to elevate the look of your films in this 15 minute color correction crash course. 3 color grading crash courses for […]Read more "NLE Color Grading Courses in 15 Minutes or Less"
by Patrick Southern, moviola High Dynamic Range video is now all over Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Vimeo. In December of 2017, Apple released Final Cut Pro X 10.4, which includes new color correction tools, along with an HDR color pipeline. In this webinar, we’ll walk through the basics of HDR, from setting up your Library […]Read more "Getting Started with HDR in Final Cut Pro X"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool You can make your drone footage so much more eye-catching by using these simple editing techniques. Okay, you’ve captured some amazingly beautiful shots with your drone and you’re ready to head into post. Now what? Well, you could just plop them into your timeline and call it good, but if you […]Read more "Dynamic Things You Can Do to Improve Your Drone Footage in Post"
by Dan Bernard Media, Wave Brigade In this tutorial I show you how Casey Faris and I use post production techniques like color correction and sound design to make a very generic edit convey a certain emotion. Make sure you check out Casey’s tutorial on how to do a similar effect with color correction! See: […]Read more "Make Your Edit Sound Dramatic!"
By Yannick Theunissen There are different kinds of software to color-grade your footage, like Da Vinci, Final Cut and of course Premiere Pro, the one we use. With every software, it’s possible to use LUTs when color grading your footage. But what are they and how do they work? In this tutorial we will explain how […]Read more "Luts vs Look: The Difference in Premiere Pro"