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Whether you're looking to "fix it in post" or "make it pop," After Effects offers a wealth of tools for making both technical and artistic color enhancements to your footage. And this class has you covered. Rich Harrington introduces a basic workflow for getting a shot back to its best natural state, and then advanced techniques that allow you to push your footage a little further: converting it to black and white or adding creative color. Start now and learn how to make your video look its best within After Effects.
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Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and welcome to this course, where we'll look at color correction and grading for After Effects. There are a lot of tools in Adobe After Effects that match ones that you might be familiar with from applications like Photoshop or Premiere Pro. But there are also some unique tools that I specifically enjoy using in After Effects that might cause me to go to After Effects for a little bit of a different or an enhanced appearance to a shot. In this course, we're going to explore several different workflows, starting with really basic techniques to get the shot looking its best, sort of a natural state.
And then explore ways to manipulate the shot for both color and black and white looks. We've got a lot of ground to cover. So, let's begin.
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