Thanks for the comment and yes using the Lumetri side of Premiere Pro CC 2015 is wonderful. That said I'm not a big fan of "one click" preset adjustments. Most every Lumetri preset can be accomplished with the stock set of color and grading tools within PPCC15. Don't get me wrong i use presets, LUT's and stylized filters form time to time. I feel it's more important to understand color theory before using quick color adjustments. That said, I'm getting a better handle on the Lumetri tools. When I start to understand the benefits of Lumetri's grading and color tools I'll probably do a tutorial on them. Thanks again for your comment.Excellent tip, thank you for sharing! I'll have to try this on my next video. To add to what you've already done - if you're using the newest version of Premiere Pro CC 2015 there are some tremendous updates to the Lumetri suite of color correction plug-ins. Adobe has integrated several filters from SpeedGrade directly into Premiere, and one of the best all-around filters is "Cinespace 25". Everything from basic correction to full grading and vignetting are all stacked in the proper order for the best results. Pair that with the "Shadow & Highlights" filter and you can push the pixels much farther than using just the stock Fast CC. Again great video and thanks for sharing!