The majority of today's modern movies and television shows are now shot on digital media rather than film. This shift has allowed filmmakers to use computers to manipulate color in increasingly creative and innovative ways. And, in doing so, a fairly new role has gained prominence in the filmmaking...
Color correction and color grading are terms that are often used interchangeably, even though these two processes have different purposes.
Primary color correction alters the entire image to craft a cohesive look for the finished video.
Here’s a quick rundown of five of the most commonly-used image adjustment tools and how they work.