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Understanding the importance of the "singularity effect"

Understanding the importance of the "singularity effect": DaVinci Resolve 12: Advanced Color Grading
Understanding the importance of the "singularity effect": DaVinci Resolve 12: Advanced Color Grading

A common problem is matching a single person in two shots when there’s another person in the shot with a vastly different complexion. A single overall correction will never solve both problems at once. Learn the most common and useful technique for isolating faces and making more targeted secondary corrections when you’re matching shots together.

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Color Correction Video DaVinci Resolve

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