Posts Tagged ‘color’
Science Fiction is one of the most popular independent genres at the moment, but many filmmakers struggle to capture the right aesthetic on camera. Here are some tips for sending your audience to the outer limits.
Use the effect masking tools to easily create quick vignette effects in Premiere Pro!
A color grading control surface is an essential piece of gear for professional color correction. Here are five good reasons why.
With an abundance of color software options more and more filmmakers, DPs, and editors are able to properly color their footage without breaking the bank.
Learn what makes up a ‘hipster-style’ color grade in the following post.
We take a look at the importance, or should we say unimportance of white-balancing in a digital world.
In this video tutorial by MacBreak Studio, Steve and Mark show us how to create selective color masks in FCPX.
Background lighting has the power to dynamically change the feeling of your scene. In this final installment of the Lighting for Video Series, we’ll demonstrate background lighting and see a few effective examples.
Every director of photographer should be skilled at color grading. In this post, we make the case for a multi-faceted approach to cinematography.
Spotmaps provide a quick way to see a color palette of an entire film. Discover how these unique color maps can be used to think critically about the use of color in your own projects.
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!
Final Cut Pro’s 3-Way Color Corrector is a simple, yet robust, filter that allows you to accomplish basic color correction work right from within the application. In this post we’ll look at how the ability to save color grades from the 3-Way Color Corrector is a great way to speed up your time in post and keep your project’s color consistent.