You may run into a project where the footage for a nighttime shot was shot during the day. How do you convert a daytime show into a nighttime shot with Apple Final Cut Pro X? In this video, join author Nick Harauz as he demonstrates how to use the Comparison Viewer to change a daytime shot into a nighttime shot in Final Cut Pro X.
- [Instructor] In this movie,…we're going to look at creating a stylistic…day for night look with the footage in…our chapter 5.9 project.…Now in an earlier movie, we tried to create…a day for night look with a piece of Johnny Cash footage.…We're going to look at everything that goes into…creating a day for night look…and a few different ways…that we might be able to achieve that inside of Final Cut.…So first thing we want to keep in mind is…when shooting for day for night shots is…you probably want to have as much latitude as possible…when performing color correction,…so capturing an image that's not so high in contrast…whether it be raw or in a color profile…that makes sure that the image you capture is neutral…can go a long way to give you more flexibility…when creating your look and in looking at…the whole entire Final Cut Pro ecosystem…as we go through the stages of creating a stylistic look,…it could come in handy to go up to your window menu…and go to bringing up your new comparison viewer.…
This viewer will allow you to take screenshots…
Note: This version covers the October 2018 update to Final Cut Pro X, including new features such as the comparison view, auditions, compound clips, Photoshop LUTs, exporting to Resolve, and more.
- Using and customizing a color correction workspace
- Making basic corrections
- Previewing adjustments with auditions
- Fixing white balance
- Color matching shots
- Adjusting curves
- Creating a secondary color selection
- Combining shape and color masks
- Applying creative looks with color correction presets
- Creating lookup tables (LUTs) in Photoshop
- Applying filmic looks and effects
- Working with HDR video
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Evaluating and Adjusting Images
2. Making Basic Corrections
3. Working with Curves
Adjusting curves7m 51s
4. Making Secondary Corrections
5. Making Creative Corrections
6. Working with Raw Video
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