How to Use a key to make secondary corrections SpeedGrade


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Using a key to make secondary corrections

In this movie, I want to begin our exploration of secondary color inside of Adobe SpeedGrade by talking about using keys. Keys lets you isolate a portion of the image based on the HSL, Hue/Saturation and Lightness values for further refinement and correction, and making a secondary color correction using a key inside of Adobe SpeedGrade is really straightforward and pretty easy. Let's begin by taking a look at the shot. This is pretty cool looking shot of a lizard, but there's one things that's distracting me about the shot, and that's this green leafy background right here. I think it's just a touch too saturated. So what I want to do is use a key to isolate this leafy background and then de-saturate it just a touch so it's not as distracting.

Well, let's come down to our Layers palette down here and you can see that I actually already have a primary correction on this shot. And I use this primary correction to do a slight contrast adjustment on the...

Using a key to make secondary corrections
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Using a key to make secondary corrections provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Robbie Carman as part of the Up and Running with SpeedGrade

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