All right, folks. Here's where it gets fun. …We're going to look at secondary color correction. …Now we know that there is a Secondary Color Correction section down here in the …Colorista 2 interface. But we don't necessarily have to use the …Secondary section for secondary color correction. …Allow me to explain. The secondary color correction. …Is done. Once you've done the primary color …correction, you get your colors where you want them, then you can go in and …selectively choose colors to enhance or change. …So for example, we're going to start with the primary color correction of this …image and get the colors all looking right and being where they should be.…
And then we're going to change the color of this green purse. …That is secondary color correction. But we're going to use primary tools to …do that. And then, since were kind of in bizarro …world anyways at that point, we're going to actually go to secondary …correction and make a second primary correction and blend that together. …
- Integrating with After Effects and Premiere Pro
- Getting common Hollywood styles with Magic Bullet Looks
- Tweaking Looks presets
- Creating a Power Mask
- Using the Looks toolset
- Performing basic color correction
- Creating a miniature effect
- Performing powerful secondary color correction with Colorista II
- Adjusting skin tones with Cosmo
- Using Denoiser to salvage (and beautify) noisy footage
Skill Level Intermediate
After Effects CS6 Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson8h 41m Beginner
VFX Techniques: Crowd Replication with After Effectswith Lee Lanier2h 54m Intermediate
1. Magic Bullet Looks Basics
2. A Tour of the Looks Tools
3. Magic Bullet Looks in Practice
4. Using the MisFire Plugins
5. Using Colorista II
6. Removing Noise with Denoiser
7. Adjusting Skin Tones with Cosmo
About Cosmo2m 43s
8. Using Mojo
9. The Rest of the Magic Bullet Suite
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