Adding a filmic glow


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Adding a filmic glow

Okay, we are partway through our client change list, and I just realized I haven't saved in a while. So let's go ahead and make sure we save our current project. And indeed I might go ahead and Increment and Save again just so I can have a version to go back to in case I don't like the changes I make from here forward. Now, I am up to Final Project 3. I will go back to the Final Comp and another comment that our client had is he felt everything looked a little too--well clean and video and graphic--and they wish they had a bit more of a hot, intense glow.

What they're describing is more of a filmic look, which usually means overexposed and saturated. Well, we can do that. And there's a trick we taught you a little while back called Filmic Glow. Let's run through that again. Filmic Glow works really well when you already have an edited together series of layers. You just go up to Layer > New > Adjustment layer. It's over your entire composition, including al...

Adding a filmic glow
Video duration: 4m 0s 3h 26m Intermediate Updated Dec 19, 2012

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Adding a filmic glow provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 15: Creating a Sports Opening Title

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Video
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