In this tutorial Andrew shows how to use the Luma Corrector to change the brightness and contrast of your shot without flattening the shot. The temptation is to use the ‘Brightness & Contrast’ effect in Première Pro which is a very old effect and shouldn’t really be used as it tends to squash or reduce the luma range of a shot thus lowing its quality over all. The Luma Corrector is a much more powerful tool and will work with the shot to improve it and increase the luma range giving you much more control.
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