Your Guide to Color Effects Filtration

Summary: Ryan covers what you need to know about color effects filtration, and why it is better to do it in camera instead of in post-production.

Length: 1:32 minutes

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Transcript

Introduction

Effects filters are used to help you create an in-camera look or overcome a technical issue with your camera system. There are three categories of effects filters: color, diffusion, and specialty filters. In this video we begin by taking a look at the first set of effects filters: color filtration.

Color Effects Filters

No Filter (Guide to Color Effects Filters)

Coral Filter (Guide to Color Effects Filters)

Color filters are used to change the color or look of your scene. They are different from color correction filters because they are trying to impart a specific look to the scene, whereas color correction filters are trying to balance the image.…

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