Join Rob Garrott for an in-depth discussion in this video 001 Communicating emotion using color correction , part of Design in Motion.
Hi! Rob Garrott here and welcome to Design in Motion, the weekly where we explore…important fundamentals in the world of motion graphics.…Color and contrast go a long ways towards telling a viewer exactly what kind of…shot they are watching.…In the film language color and motion are directly linked and with a few simple…filters in After Effects you can change the mood of any shot. Let's take a look.…Now what we have here is a clip of a cyclist that's just lost an important race…and he is really despondent over that.…The director has asked me to change the mood of a shot by adding some color.…
Right now you can see that the shot as it exists is really great looking.…It was done at close to golden hour, there's a beautiful transition of light and…dark across the actor's face.…It just doesn't have the right feeling for the emotion being conveyed in the edit.…So what I want to do is to change the emotion of this shot by changing the color…and the color that I am going to use is blue, because that blue color tends to…
- Communicating emotion using color correction
- Using expressions to control animation
- Rendering type in a seamless environment
- Doing more with less in the After Effects render queue
- Creating bouncing animated type using dynamics
- Creating realism with Global illumination
- Working with Xrefs to simplify the workflow
Skill Level Intermediate
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