Posts Tagged ‘color correction’
Check out this post for a TON of useful info about working with the vectorscope when color correcting and color grading your video footage. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to read the Premiere Pro vectorscope, as well as use it for correcting skin tones.
In this post, in our ongoing series on the Autodesk Smoke ConnectFX Nodes, we tackle Colored Frame, Combine, Color Curves and Compound. Useful information for working with color and compositing in Smoke!
In this post we show you how to improve the look and consistency of your video editing footage using the Premiere Pro reference monitor. Also, we’ll show you how to access the Premiere video scopes for most accurate color correction!
In this post, in our ongoing series on the Smoke ConnectFX nodes, we explore the Color Warper. This powerful color correction and grading node allows you to perform both primary and secondary corrections in Autodesk Smoke. Tons of useful info!
In our ongoing series on Autodesk Smoke’s ConnectFX nodes we explore the powerful color corrector. Discover how to suppress colors, match shots and grade your footage using this powerful node!
Discover a color grading workflow to get your video projects to and from DaVinci Resolve. Great tips in these informative video tutorials!
Jump into DaVinci Resolve 9 with these 3 overview tutorial videos! Great info for newbies or Resolve pros looking to get familiar with the new feature set and user interface.
Transform the look of a dull or blown-out sky into an extraordinary sunset. In this After Effects tutorial you’ll learn a sky replacement technique that can greatly improve the look of all your outdoor shots!
An incredible behind-the-scenes look at one colorist’s process for adding mattes, color correction and tracking to a high-end commercial spot.
We’ve rounded up the best color correction video tutorials for Final Cut Pro X! These info-filled videos explore the basics of FCPX color correction, up through advanced color masking and grading. Take your skill level to the next level with these FCPX tutorials!
FilmLight releases the terrific Baselight color correction plugin for Final Cut Pro 7. Is the expense of this high-end, feature filled toolkit worth it when it can only be used with an end-of-life application? Get all the info on this new color corrector for FCP.
In Final Cut Pro X, you can use shape masks to define specific areas to apply color corrections. Not only that, but you can animate your masks over time, as well as combine them with other color correction effects, like color masks. Watch this video tutorial to find out how!