COLOR CORRECT Like A PRO

COLOR CORRECT Like A PRO


100 thoughts on “COLOR CORRECT Like A PRO”

  1. If you're doing it all in Lumetri and don't have colourista – would it not just be a good idea to apply 2-3 adjustments layers so you can manipulate them in the order you mention in the video, or even add 3 lots of lumetri? (I've been getting into adjustment layers for colour correcting)

  2. yo your finnish right?? atleast your name is finnish af, your english seems too good tho so please elaborate.

  3. Just got your course on Udemy, Im struggling with skin tones hardcore. I started shooting 1 take acoustic music videos for a friend and I'm never satisfied with my color correction/grade. I also shoot Real Estate Photos and Video for my job and Id love to get them looking cleaner as well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Bxoxo9URTo

  4. Is there a basic standard parameter that shows that your color is already balanced or is it left to the judgement of the eye?

  5. Awesome job @MattieHaapooja! We are looking at getting Colorista and you just solidified that we need it! Keep it up Dude!
    – Brian + Erin
    Currently traveling in Bonaire

  6. Thanks a lot. The information is awesome and the highschool sarcasm is bearable. Small bit of advice: a little variation in the melody of your voice would do wonders

  7. Hey Matti, I hope you can help me with a problem 🙂 My rendered/exported Videos usually look more desaturated than my preview in Premiere Pro. It doesn't matter if I draq and drop my project file in Adobe Encoder or if I export straight out of Premiere Pro. Any help would be very much appreciated. I have this problem for a while now and couldn't find a solution. Thank you and keep up making these great tutorials!

  8. Do you have a video that explain stuff like this on I movie which is much more limited? I can't afford premier yet

  9. Bro I watched this AFTER your cinematic colour grading video… and you say LUT first there and LUT second here… I get the difference and you're a pro so you have the eye… but I say lots of nice things to you guys so heres the troll comment for once :p

  10. COLOR correction is different from each project. It depends on what look you're going for. When I see someone look orange like your thumb I felt like it needed to be color corrected.

  11. Instead of Colorista, you can just use Davinci Resolve. Which is free. And somehow also better. Like, a new "I switched to Davinci Resolve and love it" video pops up every day

  12. Ok tutorial, but all your footage is of HQ to start with. A tutorial on old VHS/Cine footage would be more impressive tbh.

  13. first off add a colorista … you lost me at that one. Why not actually teach how to use this? You can't expect everyone to know what and why you clicked what and where the hell you got it from. UGH

  14. Matti is awesome!!! Great job bruh!!! U and Peter inspired me so much, learned tons from both of you!!!

  15. Hlw dear sir.. I'm interested to buy this preset but I don't have any master card and visa card and PayPal account. so dear sir if you have any another payment options then please share with me..please sir

  16. I want to get into film making and I saw your video about the Cannon EOS … what is a great source to look at to be educated in cinematic filmmaking and Cameras in general for a good start.

  17. Great Video. Thanks Matti. Even if I am color grading for a longer time, I could find some usefull tipps!

  18. Color grading takes time and I'm still learning how to be consistent. No matter what you still need to keep making videos and at the same time keep learning how to get better at the technical aspects such as color grading. I've learned alot from Matti and like he said it takes time to get really good at color grading and etc. Thanks for the valuable tips Matti👍🏻

  19. Cool, had no idea you were from the GTA area. Looked like Newmarket/Aurora, off of Main St. At least the footage was shot there. Great tutorial, keep up the great work!

  20. I really love the movie "The Fall" by Tarsem Singh, but I can't find a color grading tutorial anywhere on Youtube that discusses how to do a hyper saturated look like he gets in that movie. Could you do a tutorial on that? Thanks

  21. when you have hundred footage on your project, do you do color correction in every single footage or you do it on adjustment layer?

  22. Wow! I have the sony a6500 which picture profile o have to shoot in ? Am going today to start can you tell me please

  23. Might I suggest renaming each layer so you know at a glance what step of the process you are on… Because, if you walk away from your project for a long period of time, you will forget.

  24. Have you done a follow up tutorial on how to get clips shot in different lighting or on different cameras to have more or less compatible coloring when assembled on the timeline?

  25. I’m not even going to follow all the steps but just the shadows and mid tones and highlights are making my footage look a lot better thank you bro

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