Finally! An ACTUAL FIX for you HDR footage shot on your iPhone that looks overexposed in Adobe Premiere Pro. This LUT is to be used with Adobe Premiere Pro v22.0 and higher. Enjoy this LUT and share it with your friends! If you're editing iPhone HDR video of ANY KIND in Adobe Premiere Pro 2022, you literally HAVE TO DO THIS in order to get your footage to look EXACTLY how it does, unedited on your iPhone. This ensures you take FULL ADVANTAGE of the High Dynamic Range of your HDR video.
Yes, I'm giving you this LUT for FREE, but if you feel so inclined, feel free to leave a tip, at your discretion :)
HOW TO USE THIS LUT:
- STEP 1:
- Find your imported iPhone footage in your Project Window, Highlight all of the footage, right click, go to Modify, then Interpret Footage... and go down to Color Management
- Click on the Input LUT drop down just above Color Space Override and add the HDR Conversion LUT
- STEP 2:
- Then, click on Color Space Override and select the Rec.2020 color space and click ‘ok’
*If you're using an OLDER version of Adobe Premiere Pro, you DO NOT need to convert your iPhone footage to Rec.2020 Color Space. Simply apply the Conversion LUT by following STEP 1 and skip STEP 2. Happy editing!
WATCH THE FULL INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/cIgnyx5KXQM