Even under the best lighting conditions, your footage can have exposure problems. The command to "just fix it in post" is possible to fulfill with the right post-production tools and techniques. This course shows you how to correct issues and improve video with Premiere Pro. Rich Harrington explores various methods for fixing video exposure problems: using effects, adjustment layers, toning, and more. For more complicated footage problems or an extra boost, Rich shows you how to use the more advanced specialized tools in After Effects. Note that these steps based on the capabilities of the Creative Cloud features, but most techniques will also work in older versions of the programs.
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Fixing white balance and achieving the proper tone
Achieving proper tone and restoring the correct saturation
Saving corrections as a Look
Adjust RGB and use Hue Saturation curves
Balancing color with color wheels
Relighting a scene using Lighting Effects
Stabilizing the exposure
Changing color and neutralizing color
Removing grain with After Effects
Fixing overexposed and underexposed footage
Adding a vignette or border
Working with raw video, a .R3D file, and a DPX sequence