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How to get the CINEMATIC LOOK in Premiere Pro Tutorial

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How to get the CINEMATIC LOOK in Premiere Pro Tutorial

My best Cinematic LUTs to speed up your Color Grading! 🎥 Get the Film Look (30% OFF) ► https://store.christianmategrab.com 📷 My Lightroom Presets ► https://bit.ly/LightroomPresetsCollection Cinematic LUTs for Canon Cameras like the Canon 5D Mark IV, EOS R, EOS R5, EOS R6 ► https://bit.ly/LUTsForCanon Cinematic LUTs for Sony Cameras like the Sony A7III, Sony a6500, Sony a6300, Sony A7SII ► https://bit.ly/LUTsForSony Cinematic LUTs for Panasonic Cameras like the Panasonic Lumix GH5, GH5S, S1, S1H ► https://bit.ly/LUTsForPanasonic If you’re looking for a faster checkout with Paypal or Credit Card (US Customers) check out my Sellfy Store where you can find a lot of Bundles, Cinematic LUTs, Lightroom Presets and more Filmmaking Assets with huge Discounts up to 50%. ► https://sellfy.com/christianmategrab ______________________________________________ 🎞 HOW TO USE LUTs ON YOUR VIDEOS You can use LUTs in almost every Video editing software like Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X or DaVinci Resolve or any other program that supports 3D .cube files. In most programs you can do so by adding a LUT Effect to your clip and then add the .cube LUT to your footage. No matter which camera you are using, my Cinematic LUTs work with almost any mirrorless camera like the Sony A7SII, Canon EOS R, EOS R5 or Panasonic S1. In this way you can improve your color grading and aesthetics while also saving a lot of time at color grading your videos. Find out more about how LUTs work here: ► https://store.christianmategrab.com/pages/color-grading-with-luts ______________________________________________ 🎥 MY FILMMAKING AND PHOTOGRAPHY GEAR Beginner Setup on Amazon ► https://bit.ly/BeginnerSetup My Canon Filmmaking Setup on Amazon ► https://bit.ly/CanonFilmmakingSetup ______________________________________________ 🖥 CHECK OUT SOME OF MY OTHER VIDEOS How to get the Cinematic Look in Adobe Premiere Pro ► https://youtu.be/xQJfFLJufYw LIVE FOR THE MOMENT | Portugal Road Trip ► https://youtu.be/ziVb5HzzsuM Yung Sony „12-Bit RAW“ Music Video | Shot on the Canon R5 ► https://youtu.be/Tkzb6ZAfCwU ______________________________________________ Using LUTs in Premiere Pro In Adobe Premiere Pro it’s even easier to apply a LUT to your footage. Simply select the clip or adjustment layer in your timeline that you want to add your look to and click on the COLOR TAB in the upper menu. This opens up LUMETRI COLOR on the right side of the program which lets you change all kinds of settings for color grading your videos. If you want to add a stylized look you should select your .cube LUT in the CREATIVE TAB under LOOK. If you first need to convert your footage to the Rec.709 color space (for example if your footage is shot in a flat picture profile like LOG) you should add your conversion LUT to the BASIC CORRECTION. ______________________________________________ Using LUTs in Final Cut Pro X If you want to use LUTs in Final Cut Pro you need to search for CUSTOM LUT within the Effects tab and drag it over onto your clip or adjustment layer. FCPX does not include native adjustment layers but don’t worry. You can download my FREE ADJUSTMENT LAYERS for Final Cut Pro X. After applying the effect you can find the Custom LUT tab within the Video Inspector as shown above. There you can select your LUT and change the color space as well as the Mix which is basically the intensity of your LUT. For example: If your image is too contrasty, lower the Mix to 70% to decrease the LUT intensity.

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