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Matching skin tones: examples

Matching skin tones: examples: DaVinci Resolve 11 Essential Training
Matching skin tones: examples: DaVinci Resolve 11 Essential Training

In DaVinci Resolve 11, you can use shot comparisons and wipes to compare skin colors between shots, and examine power windows to isolate skin. Keep an eye out for differences in saturation in skin and hair. Use gradient effects to create the illusion of (or to compensate for) various light sources. Once a shot looks good, use it as a reference for other shots in the same video to create a uniform look. Learn to match skin tones in DaVinci Resolve 11 with the examples in this online tutorial.

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