Learn all about the 5 new selective color grading tools in the curves section of the lumetri tools in Pro 2019 (13.0) to make precision color adjustments.
New in Adobe Premiere Pro: Selective color grading curves. Like we already mentioned in this article, Adobe announced this new functionality for Premiere Pro 2019.
Selective color grading is the improved version of curves inside the Lumetri color panel. Instead of the older Hue Saturation Curve wheel
(See below picture) you now got 5 new adjustment tools.
Inside the curves section of the Lumetri color panel you will see 5 new tools that will provide you more specific control to perfect your color grading .
- Hue vs. saturation
Select a color in the current frame with the eyedropper tool and the manually adjust the points.
- Hue vs. hue
Modify a specific color range
- Hue vs. luma
Select a hue (color) range and adjust the luma (light)
- Luma vs. saturation
Adjust the saturation for a specific luma range
- Saturation vs. saturation
Selectively adjust saturation for a specified saturation range
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My gear used to record footage at beginning tutorial:
- Sony a6500 mirrorless camera http://amzn.to/2qrkanX
- Sigma 16mm f1.4 https://amzn.to/2KvCab6
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- Sony 16-70 lens https://amzn.to/2IOSAhx
Microphone used to record voiceover: Rode NT USB
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