Nothing comparable in the list. Considering how well known Martin's books are can I assume there is nothing like them for Premiere?
I agree there are no realy good in depth books for PP.
I was a bit disappointed too in An Editors Guide.
However if you want some good stuff about Color Correction check these out.
As a non professional I dont understand everything about CC but it helped me quite a bit to get started.
Ann Bens wrote:
... As a non professional I dont understand everything about CC but it helped me quite a bit to get started.
I've always believed that is the only way to learn. When I started reading "Mix" magazine as a kid in the late 70's most of it was waaayyy over my head. It showed me how much I needed to learn, I powered through, and slowly but surely I began to understand. Now? Well, who knew? I have no need to become be a professional editor or photographer (I have managed to stay stoked about my career in sound even after many years) but I know how to gain the knowledge and am not intimidated by 800 page tomes such as Martin's.
Someone with his level of knowledge and dedication need to step up and write a book for Premiere (who is the old cat that just exited the forums?). However, I think it's safe to say Premiere is not nearly as deep as Photoshop.
Just for the record: by CC I meant Color Correction.