Color correction for a filmmaker can sometimes prove to be one of the more frustrating steps in postproduction.  Some times you find that you will finish color correcting a scene and walk away satisfied just to come back to it with fresh eyes and realize that it is a yellow mess.  Especially for a jack of all trades or a student filmmaker this tutorial by DSLR Guid’s Simon Cade will prove helpful in making the color in your films more cinematic.


  • Using vector scopes and wave forms
  • Masking out skin tones
  • Changing color temperature
  • Be creative when coming up with color pallet of your film

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