A continuation of previous recording on matching angles (vimeo.com/59027665), this video shows how to use Premiere's built in tools (no 3rd party plug-ins) to do secondary color correction, isolating and matching skin from two different cameras.
- Source monitor & markers to see 2 shots at once
- Three Way Color Corrector's secondaries function
- Sampling skin tones
- Adjusting the secondary's isolation mask
- Using saturation to match the isolated skin
The wide angle is a Canon XH A1 HDV camera (yes, tape!), and the side angle is a Canon 5D Mark II w/ the 70-200mm L. It's important to note that prior to recording, each camera was manually set to the same white balance temperature. Preparation > "fixing it in post" =). The XH A1 was set to some default natural profile, and the 5D shot with the Cinestyle profile to give its footage maximum flexibility for matching to the XH A1 later. Also note that in this video, I've used Red Giant's Colorista II to do the primary correction. This plug-in can more intuitively accomplish the same tasks as this set of recordings, however, Premiere's built in tools are much less hardware & render intensive (and they're free!).
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