I'm relatively new to After Effects, and having picked up the basics am now trying to use it in conjunction with Premier Pro to help compile my After Effects clips into one piece of video. While working out After Effects, I have been using the various Adjustment Layers/Curves/Contrast tools to give my scenes a more cinematic grading - this seems fairly straight forward, but Premier Pro also seems to have the tools to grade too. I have no experience in Premier Pro, and can't seem to find a consensus online regarding which stage of the video workflow is better practise to grade at (After Effects or Premier Pro)? Lots of tutorials/suggestions online seem to favour one or the other? As I've come to the video/motion graphics party fairly late, I'm still catching up on what programs are available. It seems to suggest here that what was Adobe's standalone grading tool has been dropped for Premier Pro's Lumetri system. So many options!