Adam Kuźniar Posted December 21, 2018 Share Posted December 21, 2018 16 hours ago, Sage said: @Adam Kuźniar They look good! In the last, it appears to be lit by led? Skintone is too green there; this is an issue with cheaper yellow leds. Halogen will render more magenta* Cine-D was also at 0 sat (thereabouts). To simulate ideal Cine-D, lower the saturation in advance of the conversion (in addition to WB adjustment): You're correct - cheap Yongnuo LEDs. Also you're right about the CineD Sat - it was at 0. Thanks for the feedback, I'm planning to shoot some stuff around christmas so we'll see if I can do better! 5 hours ago, kye said: Sometimes playing with the WB before the conversion can tidy things up nicely, and other times you have to do seperate adjustments to different parts of the image. For example in the wedding shot you could adjust skin tones on one person and not the other by using a combination of a key and a power-window. You might push the woman slightly toward pink and the man slightly towards yellow, or perhaps just desaturate him and adjust the woman to match him. That's actually a "kind of" music video - they're a musical duo, she sings and he plays the piano. I should've lit it better to start with but in the final edit (where I didn't use GHa) I did separate the shot and give different WB/Exposure corrections for both of them Here's the video if you want to see it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ikLey6OMDo webrunner5 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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