Isolate and Adjust skies Final Cut Pro


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Isolating and adjusting skies

There are some colors that we're so used to seeing all the time, that we have an expectation of what they should look like on the screen, and the sky is one of those. But, the sky changes at different times of day and it changes according to different weather conditions. I'm using the skies sequence. And in this shot here from North Welcher, there's a bit of haze going on in the distance and so the this guy is a reduced blue. It's probably quite often that a client or a director might say to you why is the sky not blue? The sky is not blue in that because the color of the sky that they have their memory isn't the same as the actual physical color of the sky that you captured on the camera.

This is sometimes referred to as memory colors, and it's our perception of what actual specific colors should look like from our own memories. It's also useful to know why the sky is the color it is and how those colors are made up. Light is scattered by our atmosphere. And the more it&...

Isolating and adjusting skies
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Isolating and adjusting skies provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Simon Walker as part of the The Art of Color Correction: Color Grading for Locations and Times of Day

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