Perform Secondary Color Correction With Color Masks In Final Cut Pro X


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Performing secondary color correction with color masks

Adjusting a single hue or a range of hues in a scene is called secondary color correction. Final Cut has a basic secondary color corrector which is what we'll explore in this movie. All right, so I'm going into 10.6, and let's take a look at what we have got here, we have got our opening shots of the orange grove, and we have our close-up image of the orange, and this really gorgeous shot of the orange grove with the solar flares, and then we have the shot here, and even though I have taken it through the appropriate color correction workflow to improve its contrast, color balance, and saturation it still doesn't contain nearly the same beautiful orange colors as the previous two images.

So if I go into this correction and say okay, well I'll just add some more orange to it-- let's open up the Inspector and go into Correction 1--and I have already added some. But as I keep adding orange you can see that it's not really working in the way that I want it to, even when I ...

Performing secondary color correction with color masks
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Performing secondary color correction with color masks provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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