Saturation describes the intensity of colors in an image or video. When a frame is totally desaturated, it appears as black and white. Conversely, increasing saturation will make the colors more present and noticeable.
Adobe Premiere provides precise tools for adjusting saturation. You can even adjust the saturation for individual colors. Imagine dialing down the green tones in the foliage in a frame, or increasing the blue saturation to bring out the sky.
Whether you're adjusting saturation for creativity or correction, I'll show you how to do that in this quick video lesson. Check out the video above to learn more.
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Adjusting your video footage doesn't have to be hard!. Tweaking color, white balance, skin tone and more is an important part of the post-production process.
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