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Jarle Leirpoll, Dylan Osborn, Paul Murphy and Andy EdwardsThe Cool Stuff in Premiere Prohttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-2890-6_6

6. Color Grading

Jarle Leirpoll, Dylan Osborn2, Paul Murphy3 and Andy Edwards2
Elverum, Norway
New York, USA
Sydney, Australia
By Jarle Leirpoll
If your film isn’t graded, it isn’t finished. Color correction and grading will enhance and stylize your images. Good color grading can make your film shine. Do you think your own films look a bit flat compared to high-end documentaries and blockbuster feature films? That’s normal, because you didn’t have the same budget for lighting, set design, make-up, and so forth.
But with some clever color grading we can bring some punch back into those shadow ...

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