Posts Tagged ‘color grading’
In this video tutorial, learn how to create a retro VHS Look, entirely with Adobe Premiere Pro — Includes free VHS effect presets!
Creative color grading can change the storyline and create a clear visual juxtaposition between good and bad, rich and poor, success and failure.
Go Hollywood with over a dozen FREE Premiere Pro Lumetri looks! These free movie-inspired color grading presets will instantly add a dramatic look to your project.
Today, we’re going to take a look at the three ways to store and load looks in DaVinci Resolve, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.
DaVinci Resolve is unique among post-production applications in that it’s free. But, here are six reasons why you’d upgrade to its paid version.
Let’s explore one of the core issues of a film’s cinematography — color scheme. A film’s color scheme sets the tone, emotion, and complexity of the film.
Relying on any aspect of post-production to repair your project is a bad idea. But there is a right way to “fix it in post.” Here’s what …
In this video tutorial, we go over how you can color-match the profiles of a GoPro, an a7III, a cellphone, and a Mavic 2 Pro.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the basics of shooting day for night footage — as well as post-production processing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Every filmmaker is familiar with image noise, but what are its frequencies, and what’s really going on when we clean it up?