By Stephen Schweickart
• If you want to do a little more, you can select the “Gray Level” eyedropper and use it to reference the neutral colors in your scene. Don’t think you always have to do this and you can make things worse by referencing the wrong color.
• I’ll undo that and select a better color like this one here and tada! Tragedy averted once again!
• You can also adjust your color level settings. You can intensify the colors or just subtly add richness to your look. The left corresponds to the blacks in your scene and the right corresponds to the highlights.
• With all the changes you’ve made you can now look at the before and after. Notice that the colored footage is more vibrant looking with an increase contrast that makes the image pop.
This is just the tip of the Color Correcting iceberg, anymore and I might just melt your brain! We don’t need that! What we do need is you in one piece and clicking that subscribe button below. Our next Video Jedi training session is just one week away and you won’t want to miss that one!
Stephen Schweickart is the co-founder of VScreen. For more information on this topic visit VScreen’s site at www.vscreen.com.
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