Color grading is a creative process where you make choices about the color temperature, exposure and saturation of your video clips. Applying these can set the tone for your video production.
Color grading always follows color correction. While color corrections are neutral adjustments that are designed to bring your footage to "good enough", grading is a truly creative skill. You'll make decisions about saturation, contrast, and hue as a part of the grading process.
Check out the video lesson above to learn more about why color grading is important, and how you can start learning it in DaVinci Resolve. You'll see some before and after examples of how much color grading can improve your video footage.
Now that you've seen why color grading matters, you can learn it in the hands-on course How to Color Grade Video, a fully featured guide to help you learn this crucial skill.
This course is included as a part of a subscription to Envato Elements. The flat-rate monthly fee will unlock access to over 1,000 creative courses, as well as over 500,000 digital assets and files you can use in your next project.
Check out these other lessons to learn more about Adobe Premiere:
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- Video10 Best Adobe Premiere Pro Video Templates & Presets for 2018Marie Gardiner
- VideoHow to Use Luma Matte Video Transitions in Premiere ProCharles Yeager
- VideoHow to Check for Correct Skin Tones in Video With Adobe Premiere ProDavid Bode
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