If you’re In the field of filmmaking or Photography you must aware of color grading. So Color Grading is One Of the main Step of film Video Production and Photography. You can take an average Footage and Create amazing output using color grading, If you have excellent footage then the sky is limit. So we have to know basic Concepts of Color Grading doing wonders with the footage. Here we Have Some Best tips for Creating Beautiful Color Grading To Our Footage.
Here is Some tips To Create Beautiful Color Grading
Generally, Color Grading is a Creative process Where you can Create A new ambiance to the Project. For example like introducing new color themes, re-lighting within a frame, films stock emulations, color gradients and a slew of other choices.
If You are an Adobe Premiere Pro User Get Started With Look Up table(LUT). It Is the easiest steps in the process, also the easiest thing to screw up. There’s no magic to a LUT, it’s just a way to take that massive amount of image data (color, gamma, black point, etc.) in your source footage and reduce it to just the parts you need.
There are Plenty Inputs available in LUT Pannel you can create by Simply Selecting the Inputs of LUT and Adjust levels of present for your Footage.
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Doing Color Correction on your footage in this order will help you maintain extremely high quality in the interaction of all the effects you use. Not all steps are needed for every shot but in case you have to use them all, here they are
- Removing artifacts and de-noise.
- Balancing shots by adjusting BLACKS/MIDS/WHITES, SATURATION and WHITE BALANCE.
- Adding gradients, diffus, on and other lens filters.
- Adding vignettes
- Resizing and sharpen
RGB Parade Is One of the Best Tool For Color Grading. You can learn so many things about your shot just by looking at it with this tool. It works by showing the Red, Green and Blue values of your image as individual waveforms, side by side. For Example, If you have red in the Photograph, It shows a lot of red on red not Blue and green.
Below, we have three waveforms displaying the color channels. Nothing brighter than the low 60s, and nothing darker than 9 or 10. The blue channel is lifted more than the other two, so it’s a cool image.