Neon effects are instantly recognisable. Screaming with colour and character, they can immediately conjure up retro pop culture and vibrant city life. Here are a few pointers to help you use neon effects effectively:
- Keep colours to a minimum, just one or two works best
- Avoid using a white background as your neon effect just won't stand out at all
- Use neon in isolation: combining it with other effects looks messy
- Less is more; a hint of neon can work much better than using it across everything on screen
Say It Loud With Neon Colours
A selection of bright neon-style titles for Premiere Pro, this pack includes links to the fonts used as part of the download.
2. Neon Titles
Bold and bright, this neon title template for Premiere Pro mimics a typical neon sign style, while still being easy to read. The effect includes some authentic flickering, too.
A pack of 16 lower thirds for Premiere Pro with a neon colouring and glitch effect. There are lots of options to choose from, and with a clean, modern look, these lower thirds would suit most projects.
4. Retro Title
Take your project back to a time of neon colours, glitches and analogue noise with this retro title template for Premiere Pro.
Epic Title Sting (version two) is a powerful opener with a bright-light style. Controls are easy to use and there’s a tutorial included in case you get stuck!
This pack is a great one-stop-shop for fun, animated elements plus titles for your project. With bright colours and fast movement, they’re great for an upbeat project packed with energy.
The Ultra Editing Kit has just about everything you could need for your film, including hundreds of transitions, animated titles, motion graphics and much more.
Enjoy lightning effects with a bright blue neon colouring in this cool pack of elements for Premiere Pro.
9. Light Dancer
Give your titles a sprinkling of glamour with Light Dancer. Add words to abstract dance while particles of bright colour help to light up your message.
10. Epic Title Sting
A powerful and impressive title sting that’s easy to customise. There’s an optional transparent background, and a tutorial included if you need some help.
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