Learn to mimic the high dynamic range toning effect in Premiere Pro. Using a few special techniques and blending mode, you can affect and improve both nature landscape footage and portrait or people. Based on stock footage from Artbeats
Hi Ana, Yo can try to play with the blending mode options to see if this helps
Thursday 12 May, 2016 23:36:37
Hi Eran, What I can make with colors, when is too dark? I made all effect as you show, but picture is too black: http://prntscr.com/b3brx6
I change opacity to 16% of HDR-V3, but picture look with a little dust on the jacket: http://prntscr.com/b3btg3
How I can to make it better?
Alain Van Haecke
Thursday 20 June, 2013 06:03:21
Nice! Tested on adjustment layers too but the HDR effect is then a bit less saturated and contrasted. Resulting image is a bit more grainy too but not too much.
Tuesday 13 November, 2012 21:54:24
thank you very much for this
Saturday 30 June, 2012 05:24:29
Wow just like High Pass Filter!! Nice one Eran.
Nice, nice, too nice
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Willa G. Cartwright
Tuesday 03 January, 2012 22:14:25
Excellent, Eran, thank you very much - superb. Tips for Premier Pro much appreciated too.
Tuesday 03 January, 2012 13:52:23
THX Eran, it a cool one!!!! All your tuts are great. Thx 4 sharing your knoledge.....