Chapter 24. Color Match and Color Effects

As you learned in the last chapter, color correction is a subtle art, composed of patient and practical adjustments designed to get your image looking exactly how you want. Part of that art is color matching, which involves matching the color set of one image with the color set of another. Premiere Pro takes some of the guesswork out of this complicated process by offering a color match tool to help you better blend your scenes.

In the first half of this chapter, you’ll use the Color Match effect to match two shots of the Bleach car scene so that they edit seamlessly with the other shots in the sequence.

In the second half, you will explore the Auto Levels, Auto Colors, Auto Contrast, and Shadow/Highlight ...

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