Skoegler, Yeah, but it’s k

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Skoegler,

Yeah, but it’s kind of a pain. If the interviews were shot in the same place without any background changes then you could use the one’s shot with your sony and try to use a solid color in the background as your reference color. Trick is to not throw off your subject’s skin tones in the process. Do not try to match your colors according to skin tones unless it’s the same person under the exact same lights. You’ll be very sorry if you do. Even if matching the background color works, you’re still going to be in for some hair-pulling tweaking sessions. Main thing is it’s not going to be perfect… period. Accept the fact that at this stage you just want a workable look and next time, plan to use the gray card.

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