What is actually a color grading? Well, basically it is a stylizing of video’s display. Usually, there are many ways to color grade but it is usually very expensive. For some people, it can become quite a serious issue. Therefore, the easiest and most affordable way is by using Adobe Premiere Pro. Here is the way how to color grade in Adobe Premiere Pro CC:
- Focus on the hue, saturation and, luma. The hue is the combination of basic colors (RGB). The color correction workflow is performed in three easiest ways: correct exposure, fix white balance and adjust the saturation.
- Focus on the right panel of the image where we want to correct the exposure. Then you will find the options of: “Highlights”, “Shadows”, “White”, and “Black”. Adjust it to your needs, and therefore you will have after and before image comparison regarding your result. For the White Balance, you need to adjust the “Temperature” and “Tilt” panel. And for the Saturation, you need to adjust by increasing it. Pretty easy and amazing right?
- If you have more than one clips and you want to make the same color grading effect, use the Ctrl+C (Copy), go back to your next clip, right-click the clip and choose “Paste Attributes” make sure the Lumet Color dialog box is check, then click “OK”.
Well, it’s probably the easiest and fastest way to perform a color grading in premiere pro. Using the adobe premiere color grading, you can create the best-desired color grading on your clip. So, ready to try? Try by yourselves and create your masterpiece. For a complete tutorial on how to color grade in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmLtxmVDz6g.