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Make your footage look Cinematic FAST! Premiere Pro Tutorial

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This is how to create more cinematic / Hollywood looking footage with some easy tips on colour correction and a little bit of sound design. This tutorial outlines …


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  1. I really love the movie "The Fall" by Tarsem Singh, but I can't find a color grading tutorial anywhere on Youtube that discusses how to do a hyper saturated look like he gets in that movie. Could you do a tutorial on that? Thanks

  2. Peter, this is an amazing introduction to color correction and how it can be used to easily enhance the look of one's video work. You really should consider producing a 10- or 12-hour DVD or streamed tutorial series, taking the beginner cinematographer from Square One (knowing nothing) to Square Ten (highly advanced amateur/confident professional). You could do your peers a tremendous service and make some serious Benjamins along the way. Thank you.

  3. Excellent tutorial, to the point, simple to understand but most importantly you know how to inspire and motivate us to edit.
    At least that's what I get through your passion for this art. Thanks for sharing.

  4. I m following your tutorial, i m doing the colour correction, why is my source clip changing and not the program file, please advice. When I make colour correction to the program file, eg contrast, no changes on the picture, but when I left click, i can see the picture change, release the left click it back to normal.

  5. Can you make a video that shows what export setting you use for your vids? I use a GoPro and a Sony a73 and the GoPro seems to get compressed in a weird way by YouTube when I upload. GoPro is also more action footage so that is probably the reason.

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