Jellyfish color grading

Click the picture to see before and after color grading shots from my jellyfish video.

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Stacy wrote on January 3rd, 2008 at 7:59 PM PST:

I like what you do with your color grading, but being a noob I have to wonder: how much is art vs. science? The only color grading I have done thus far is essentially just twiddling the values on the Vegas 3 color wheel until it looks like something I like. However, I have a nagging feeling there must be a more scientific way to go about this. Any tips?


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Eugenia wrote on January 3rd, 2008 at 8:45 PM PST:

I have posted here a guide. It’s mostly science with just a good taste. 😉


Luis wrote on January 4th, 2008 at 5:47 AM PST:

While I’m not always a fan of the high contrast/saturation in videos, I admit that it was perfect for this one. It made those jellyfish look even more amazing.

Some other times, dull colors are a better choice, though. It all depends on what and how you want to tell.


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