There's nothing worse than skin that looks unnatural in video footage. We've all had cases where a subject looked overly orange thanks to incandescent lighting, or washed out thanks to nasty fluorescent bulbs.
Have no fear! Thanks to Adobe Premiere, you can easily correct skin tones in your video footage after the fact. Check out the lesson above to learn more about how skin tones in Premiere.
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If you've used Premiere, you know that it can do practically anything with video footage. But you may not know how to accomplish the task at hand. That's why I recommend taking my course, How to Color Correct Video with Adobe Premiere. Maybe you need to edit a video for a work or school project: save yourself the learning curve, learn the essentials of how to color correct just like the pros do.
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