Light Leaks for Premiere Pro
Vintage light-leak effects take us back in the time of older photography cameras. It often brings warm and pleasant colors to your clips. Slowly moving light delicately blend with your footage.
What’s the origin of light leaks?
When foam around the film door in older cameras degrades, extra light could leak into the normally light-tight chamber. This caused the film to be exposed with additional light.
Light leaks in modern world post-production
Today, adding light leaks is a cool post-effect that adds a vintage look. Premiere Pro users are able to apply light leaks directly to your video edits. With just a single plugin you can easily generate thousands of unique light leaks on the fly. This plugin is a very effective creative tool.
- It’s resolution-independent.
- You can apply it to any type of video.
- It is powered by GPU
- It renders very fast.
Use light leaks as a video effect
Learn a cool editing hack… Watch our Light Leaks video tutorial and learn how to use this particular video transition as an effect. Create a unique light leak just by hitting the ‘surprise me’ button in Premiere Pro.
The solarize effect adds a stylish look to your scenes. Some bright colors will appear dark and visa versa. This shift of colors is iconic for the Solarize effect. The solarize transition for Premiere Pro adds cool colorization options. It’s a layered effect with adjustable color tints and glows. Funny fact: This transition is inspired by a TV-Serie called ‘Prison Break’ (2005-2017). This effect was used in their flashbacks for 6-14 frames to intensify the drama. It creates a very dramatic effect when used on close-ups of people.
Free light effects for Premiere Pro
Discover all our light transition effects for Adobe Premiere Pro. Try them free for 45-days!
- Easily apply video transition to your editing projects
- Export your video without watermarks
- Even use them commercially