Raw video footage is almost never perfectly color balanced straight out of the camera. Transforming your raw footage into the final video, you might be battling white balance and tone settings—settings that control the overall color and look of your video footage in big ways. In this lesson, you'll learn how to get started with color balancing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Premiere features built-in tools to correct the color of your video. In the video lesson above, I explained the importance of color correction and got you thinking about how you can apply it in Premiere. In the lesson below, Cristi gives you four practical tips to add to your color correction workflow.
Keep Studying Color Correction in Premiere Pro
We're just getting started. This lesson was just one part of the course How to Color Correct Video with Adobe Premiere. If you want to save yourself countless hours learning color correction, this course is the best way to start. Color correction can be fun.
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Check out these other lessons to learn more about Premiere and color correction:
- Video46 Best Free Premiere Pro Add-Ons, Presets, Templates, and PluginsEnvato Market
- VideoHow to Make Look-Up Tables in After Effects and Premiere Pro (DIY Color Preset LUTs)Charles Yeager
- FilmHow to Create the Film Look With Your Footage for FreeCharles Yeager
- VideoVideo Editing Basics: How to Sequence Shots in Adobe Premiere ProDavid Bode
- VideoHow to Color Correct Video in Adobe Premiere: Tools of the TradeDavid Bode
- VideoHow to Make Secondary Color Corrections in Adobe PremiereDavid Bode
- VideoHow to Read RGB and YUV Scopes for Precise Color Correction in Adobe PremiereDavid Bode
- DronesHow to Do Basic Color Correction for Drone VideoCharles Yeager
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