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Secondary adjustments allow users to work on a specific portion of an image. The qualifier palette allows a section to be graded separately. Ollie Kenchington demonstrates how to cleanly isolate a color while turning the remainder into black-and-white.
Power windows allow users to isolate the area of concentration in an image. Kenchington demonstrates how to adjust the definition and luminance.
Kenchington demonstrates how to track an object using a power window for isolation. Learning the tools is the key to successful color grading.
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Following the primary adjustments of the previous lesson it's now time to look at secondary corrections. Here Ollie looks at Resolve's powerful targeting tools including qualifiers and power windows to help target areas within the frame.
Length: 18 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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