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In this tutorial I show you how to get around a common problem when filming outside on a day when you have both sun and clouds moving in. Since you can't always just stop and wait till the light outside matches all your previous shots, you will have to do what the big shots in Hollywood do. You edit the different shots togheter into one scene even though some of them are shot in bright sunlight and others are done on a overcast day. After you're done editing you will have to color correct the different shots till they match each other. Watch this video tutorial to find out how it's done!
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Okay this is the big one! In this color grading tutorial I share with you the same workflow that top colorists use. It's important to have an ordered systematic approach to your grading so you don't get lost and end up making your image look "muddy" because you've lost track where you're at. This tutorial will serve as the primer for all all the correction tutorials.
Ahhh, you thought the scopes were impossible to understand. In this color grading tutorial I decipher the scopes so that you can read them as though you were reading the Matrix. They are a very valuable tool and will make you look like a sophisticated color grader :)
The Secondary/Isolation tools in FCP X are helpful in making corrections to specific parts of the image. In this color grading tutorial I share with you how to use these tools to make targeted correction to skin tones, skies and lighting issues.