Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video The Photo Filter command, part of Repairing and Enhancing Video.
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…One adjustment I like to use is the Photo Filter command.…It's available in both After Effects and Photoshop and what it tries to do is…simulate some of the traditional glass filters…that were used throughout photography through the years.…These stocks are kind of useful and essentially…will put glass in front of your glass,…usually to tint the lens to compensate for…different lighting conditions or achieve a specific look.…So, I've got the shot in here and I just…typed in photo, into the search engine, and that takes me to the Photo Filter.…You could apply it directly or as an adjustment layer and you'll notice a whole…series of filters to warm a shot or cool a shot.…
And you could, of course, dial in the density.…What's really nice though is the Preserve Luminosity option.…Without that, it just becomes a cheesy…tint effect.…And you could of course do this with a solid…color or any one of the tint effects that you have.…But the Preserve Luminosity option is great.…It actually goes out of its way to make…that sure this behaves like a true glass filter.…
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- Reviewing the retoucher's toolbox
- Stabilizing footage
- Fixing alignment
- Retiming footage
- Removing lens distortion
- Using rotoscoping to enhance footage
- Recovering exposure
- Color grading with Photoshop
- Converting to black and white
- Creating a film or painterly look
- Adding depth of field
Skill Level Intermediate
After Effects Apprentice 12: Tracking and Keyingwith Chris Meyer3h 54m Intermediate
After Effects CC Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson14h 52m Appropriate for all
1.The Retoucher's Toolbox
2. Restoration in Action: Video
3. Changing the Speed of Video
4. Correcting for Lens Distortion
5. Using Rotoscoping to Enhance Footage
Advanced roto workflow17m 8s
6. Recovering Video with Exposure
Recovering exposure10m 55s
7. Stylizing Footage
Final thoughts1m 12s
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