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Grading a scene without touching skin???

 
AAphotog
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Jul 05, 2013 13:08 |  #1
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Are there any videos for after effects that show how to separate the skin in a grade?
I'd like to grade a scene, but I only want it to effect everything EXCEPT the skin, and then I'd like to grade the skin separately.


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Jul 09, 2013 01:30 |  #2

look at red giant, they have something called cosmo, that might be what your looking for im not to sure though.


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Jul 11, 2013 12:09 |  #3

The problem with this is that we are stuck in two dimensions. All the monitors ever see is a grid of pixels... 1920x1080... one way would be to grade the shot twice, Once for the skin and once for the other. then use traveling mattes, rotoscoping, or what ever to cut out and reveal what you want. I know some of the higher end Grading platforms like Davinci, used to use power windows, basically traveling mattes.


First step........ Take the lens cap off.

  
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Jul 14, 2013 04:27 |  #4

http://vision-color.com/color-grading/ (external link)

Advanced color grading tutorial for Adobe After Effects - grading skin tones separately. Just what you are searching for. :)




  
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