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Slick Motion Effect in Premiere Pro CC

When it comes to handheld shooting and the associated visual aesthetics, many people tend to believe that there’s nothing fancy nor spectacular referring to this particular style of shooting. Nevertheless, there are still ways to create more dynamic-looking shots in post-production and spice up your footage with

Use This Trick to Instantly Remove Flicker from Your Videos

If you’ve ever tried to film commercial fluorescent bulbs or neon signs, you’ll know that one of the most frustrating aspects of these lights is the potential for you to produce footage full of flicker. The issue can get even worse if you tend to shoot slow-motion video in

Four Creative Ways to Use Masking in Premiere Pro CC

The masking tool – initially found in After Effects – is still one of the most powerful and versatile assets available in Premiere Pro CC. Having the ability to isolate areas of your footage has aided post-production workflows, unlocking more advanced color grading practices and making simple

How to Get Beautiful Skin Tones in Premiere Pro CC

Many filmmakers would agree that one of the most intimidating aspects of color grading would be retaining accurate, beautiful-looking skin tones. As you start adding on various LUTs, curves, and other color grading filters, it’s easy to get distracted, causing you to lose the natural appearance of

Advanced V-Log Color Grading Workflow in Premiere Pro CC

Though shooting video with a log picture profile certainly has its perks, processing your log footage can be a pretty daunting experience. When filming with a log profile – such as Panasonic’s V-Log – you’re able to produce footage with high dynamic range and improved color fidelity.

Advanced Speed Ramping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Typically, when it comes to speed ramping, a lot of folks tend to simply separate a clip into multiple pieces and adjust the speed settings of each part individually. While this process may work to transition from normal speed to slow-motion (and vice-versa), the effect can be