Once you master global color corrections in Premiere Pro, the logical next step is moving on to correcting specific areas of the frame. This is complicated by the fact that the camera and/or subjects are rarely still, but this great tutorial will show you both how to correct an isolated area and to track it across the frame.
Often, even after you apply global color corrections, there will still be part of a frame that you want to adjust further. This could be because you cooled off the white balance and want to add some warmth back to a person's skin tones, or it could be because of mixed lighting, or any multitude of reasons. Much like a still photo, you'll want to mask the area of interest from the rest of the content, work on it separately, and feather it to make a smooth transition, but unlike a single image, there's the added issue of movement across the frame. This is when tracking saves the day. And while Premiere Pro's automation generally works pretty well for this purpose, be sure to keep a close on it so you can manually adjust it if needed. Be sure to check out Cinecom.net's YouTube channel for more helpful tutorials.