This week in DSLR Video Tips we’ll explore the film look in Adobe SpeedGrade . Grain, shadows and highlights. Getting the film look you want all depends on how these elements are handled. Adobe SpeedGrade is an excellent tool that is part of Adobe Creative Cloud Suite of applications. It's also very user friendly and intuitive. In this episode join Rich, Robbie and featured colorist Patrick Inhofer who walk through a few techniques to achieve a film look in SpeedGrade.
To learn more, I’ve created an exciting course with Robbie Carman called, How do I Achieve a Film Look with Color Grading in Adobe SpeedGrade: DSLR Video Tips, for lynda.com http://www.lynda.com/Final-Cut-Pro-tutorials/DSLR-Video-Tips/103707-2.html
This week we cover:
-How to create a film look using Adobe SpeedGrade
-Some of the automated tools from SpeedGrade
-The bleach bypass look taking the manual approach in SpeedGrade
-What a LUT (Look Up Table) is, what it does and essentially what it represents in SpeedGrade