Using the Vectorscope to improve skin tones


show more Using the Vectorscope to improve skin tones provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training show less
please wait ...

Using the Vectorscope to improve skin tones

Besides blacks and whites, the human eye is very perceptive to skin tones. By using the vectorscope, you can adjust chroma hues and saturation as well as correct the hues of skin tones. We'll take a look at using the vectorscope in this movie. All right! So we have set our accurate blacks and whites. We've removed our colorcast. Let's head on over to the vectorscope. I will click here and pull down and choose Vectorscope. And because of the resolution I'm recording at, we can't really see these values, so I want to draw your attention to what they say, and then we'll come right back in here and look at Kim's vectorscope.

All right! So the vectorscope represents the hues that go around the color wheel, starting with red, then magenta, blue, cyan, green, and yellow. So keep that in mind as we are looking at Kim's vectorscope. If this was just a blank image with a little green dot in the middle, this would be a desaturated or a black-and-white image. So as you go...

Using the Vectorscope to improve skin tones
Video duration: 5m 34s 6h 56m Beginner

Viewers:

Using the Vectorscope to improve skin tones provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training

Subject:
Video
Software:
Media Composer
Author:
please wait ...