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BY LOGAN BAKER, Premiumbeat

Matching shot colors between two clips is easier than ever with these simple tips for Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro users

Keeping your shots well lit and consistently colored throughout your project can be one of the most challenging aspects of video production. Whether you’re shooting with different cameras, shooting at different times of day, or receiving footage from many different shooters, maintaining a consistent visual aesthetic can be difficult — but not if you know how to properly ensure your shots are colored the way you want them to be. Let’s look at the best way to make it happen.

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