If you have a particular look you want to achieve with your film, then a template can help! Give these ten projects for Adobe Premiere Pro a try; They're all included as part of a subscription with Envato Elements, so you can pick and choose as many as you like.
Templates With Urban, Modern Styles
Start your project off with a bang, with this fast-paced opener, designed to give your pictures and footage a sleek, matte look with added texture.
This template has a definite noir style to it, making great use of bright red against desaturated images or footage.
3. Urban Style
This template oozes cool. By using textures, bold colours and unique animation, it will really add something special to your video.
With cool tones, lens flare effects and a matte overlay, Modern Lifestyle is a stylish, minimalist opener for Premiere Pro.
Templates With Retro and Vintage Styles
A traditional vintage effect, this slideshow template makes use of sepia tones, grunge and more to create a pleasant template packed with nostalgia.
Overlay your footage with old script font, ink stains and aging effects with History, a parallax-style slideshow for Premiere Pro.
Corporate History is a modern take on a vintage look… if that isn’t a contradiction! More suited for an office presentation or event than its retro counterparts, this template gives you a bright, matte effect with some particles and lens flare thrown in for good measure.
This template for Premiere Pro makes use of grunge effects, but with a cinematic look, for a high-quality video display that would work well for documentaries, presentations and events.
Templates With Ink and Artistic Styles
9. Ink Fantasy
An elegant template with a double-exposure style, just drag and drop your footage and Ink Fantasy will take care of the rest!
Add a matte effect and saturation to your photographs with this Premiere Pro template. There are 13 placeholders each for text and footage, and the download boasts smooth animation and easy customisation.
More Premiere Pro Templates to Try
Envato Tuts+ tutorials are translated into other languages by our community members—you can be involved too!Translate this post