Many people are intimidated by the concept of “Color Grading”, which is the act of adjusting color in your final video image. I want to make it less intimidating.
In this installment of Izzy Video, I introduce you to Color Grading, and I get things started in Color, the new application in Final Cut Studio 2. This tutorial reviews basic color grading concepts like Primary Color Correction and Secondary Color Correction. What’s the difference? The answer is in this video.
n this installment of Izzy Video, I pick up where I left off last week, and this time I review the two-step process to accomplish “broad lighting.” This is a less popular method of lighting a face. It makes a face look wider, and it flattens the image.
In this installment of Izzy Video, I review the two-step process to accomplish “short lighting.” This is a very popular method for lighting a face. It makes a person’s face look thinner, and it adds drama to the image.
This installment of Izzy Video explores “Catch Lights” which are the little bright lights in a person’s eyes that give them “life”. It’s a simple episode, but it’s a useful one.
I frequently get questions regarding tips on exporting. Contained in this installment of Izzy Video are two of my biggest tips. They will make your life a lot easier (at least when it comes to exporting video).