Color correction is an integral part of any post-production workflow.
Whether you need to fix mistakes made in the field, maximize the potential of your shots or add an artistic look to your footage to enhance a scene, knowing how to color correct properly can increase your project’s production value. This course will teach you the tools and techniques of color correction from the ground up.
Color Correction has a language all it’s own. Learn key terms that will be used throughout the course.
Knowing how to use a waveform monitor, vectorscope, and RGB parade as a reference will help you correct faster and attain consistent results.
Primary Color Correction
Learn what primary color correction is and how to use levels, curves and pedestal gamma gain controls to get your images looking great.
Secondary Color Correction
We teach you the tools and techniques to perform secondary color correction. Learn to define tonal range for precise corrections and to create and track masks.
Correction for Continuity
Creating a consistent look between shots is a key element in high production value. Learn to choose a reference shot and match the rest of your shots to it for consistency.
Artistic Color Grading
Give your project a look and feel that enhances the story you’re trying to tell. We teach you how artistic grading can enhance your footage and how to create common looks.
Running Time 145 Minutes