Color Correction Tutorial [The RIGHT way!] – After Effects Tutorial

Color Correction Tutorial [The RIGHT way!] - After Effects Tutorial

http://devowe.com/blog/2011/how-to-color-correct-in-after-effects-the-right-way/ – An in-depth tutorial on color correction using Curves inside of After Effe…
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20 responses to “Color Correction Tutorial [The RIGHT way!] – After Effects Tutorial”

  1. Istvan Fazakas says:

    Well i cant save the file out of AE like an acv. 

  2. osareafallire says:

    Nice video. Is there a way to do the same thing using Premiere instead of
    After Effects?

  3. Heather K says:

    Great video. I’ve already used your technique on several of my projects.
    Thanks so much.

  4. Marty Schlesinger says:

    Great video. I’ve already used your technique on several of my projects.
    Thanks so much.

  5. Ben Adams says:

    So how do we do this when we dont have a true white, grey and black shadow.
    We cant use colors. You picked a perfect picture but we dont all shoot
    somethig with all 3 values

  6. Michael DeVowe says:

    Thanks for watching! Use the Eyedropper tool, per the description.

  7. Huh? what?? uhhhhh......aaaaaaaaaaarghhhh!?!?!? says:

    This is the BEST one on youtube so far. AND ITS THREE YEARS OLD.WITH
    PHOTOSHOPCC you can color VIDEO correct better than this using LAB CYMK and
    RGB. THIS IS THE FOUNDATION.

  8. PlayPauseAndRewind says:

    Wow. Totally amazing video. The process is very easy to follow and precise.
    And the result is absolutely stunning. I appreciated that you used PS, AE
    and Pr so effectively and smooth. Thank you very many. This video will
    (hopefully) have a positive impact on my future productions 🙂 One of a
    kind videos on Youtube!

  9. Ben Adams says:

    great job on the tutorial. its all about the numbers, not the monitors we
    use.

  10. Michael DeVowe says:

    @jbooba Thanks. I was pointing out the difference between Color Correction
    and Color Grading by using different words since Color Correction and Color
    Grading are all too often used interchangeably. Too many people think Color
    Grading is Color Correction. It isn’t. -Michael

  11. Sameer Hejen says:

    how can i do video coloring like a cartoon

  12. ORyan McEntire says:

    Hmm, good point. Many times I end up just copying and pasting my timeline
    from premier into AE. This way I still retain individual clips and edits.
    Makes it easier to set up CC and CG for different angles and situations. My
    original comment sounded a little Troll-ish. didn’t mean that. Great
    tutorial and had many great tips on accurate color.

  13. Cooper Carr says:

    Thanks bad ass tutorial. Next time though pump yourself up with some coffee
    I near fell asleep during your vid.

  14. ashleymarie0309 says:

    I’m using Photoshop CS6…has anything changed from CS5 to CS6?

  15. jack says:

    you are truely amazing, how about show color correcting on the skin tone,
    human please

  16. Michael DeVowe says:

    @picturefish40 Great! I’m glad you found this helpful. Thanks for watching!

  17. joe ripley says:

    Thanks this has helped! one more question though! in the video you match
    the blues and reds to greens. should you always do this or somtimes would
    you match them all to the reds? Thanks

  18. Michael DeVowe says:

    Thanks for watching! Click the little hand icon in the Adjustments window
    (top left corner), and simply click on the image to insert a point on the
    curve. If the hand icon is greyed out, make sure you select the squiggly
    line rather than the pen in the adjustments window. This will enable the
    little hand icon and then you can follow along.

  19. stana1980 says:

    A++++++ tutorial, i was really new to color correction and this tutorial
    helped me a lot.

  20. Michael DeVowe says:

    @yaboydooc Hey, thanks! I’m glad it was useful for you.

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