PROEDU – CINEMATIC COLOR GRADING IN ADOBE LIGHTROOM
Cinematic Color Grading In Lightroom
Cinematic Color Grading is a retouching focused course from award-winning photographer Justin Lister. In this tutorial, you will explore his use of colors, tones, and imagery to create a cinematic movie style color palette for your portfolio.
Color can often drive the story of an image, and the story drives the viewer’s eye. In this eight-hour retouching tutorial, Justin takes you from RAW processing, the story, cleanup, and all the way to export.
Developing an efficient color grading RAW workflow is the basis of this tutorial to give photographers and retouchers the tools to explore color at the RAW level. Learn how he utilizes Adobe Lightroom’s features, tools, and RAW engine processor.
The tutorial is organized into chapters that are based on the essential color grading tools that Justin uses on a daily basis. From his personal portrait work to his advanced projects, Justin has supplied you with ALL of his RAW images. Over 70 RAW images from Justin are included from camera systems such as Hasselblad, Fuji Medium Format, and Nikon.
This feature of the tutorial allows you to experiment with different lighting techniques he used and to then experiment with your unique color taste.
After the recap on Justin’s best Lightroom tools, we begin a full breakdown and builds of RAW files, from start to finish. This tutorial isn’t just color grading, he shows you every step. From initial lighting and story behind the image, all the way to the final colored versions in Lightroom.
Justin shows his workflow, which is surprisingly efficient, considering the variations he achieves.
The tutorial is focused around the powerful Adobe Lightroom Classic and Justin occasionally works in Photoshop to show you when and why he uses both programs.
Justin Lister’s most iconic photos of his career, all come with the tutorial, including the images that won him Broncolor’s Gen Next award. The tutorial teaches multiple genres of his portraiture, composites, personal work, and his fine art photography. If you shoot people, this is for you.
In addition to the RAW photographs, we’ve also included Justin’s Lightroom signature presets that he uses daily to grade images from standard portrait sessions to more complex composites for his fine art photography. All of which utilize the power of RAW processing to create the look he is going for.