Color Grading, sharpness and contrast in the post ... What order?
Frage von Budoudo: April 2010
So I am of my 550D and Super-Flat (without HTP) and am thrilled when logically Grading landed.
My first attempts were: Focus - Contrast - Color.
Now I was wondering, actually agrees with this order of processing?
Thanks for your feedback.
Antwort von srone:
I do it the other way color first, then connecting to the sharpness and contrast, and I think that many paths lead to Rome, Rome, but then always a little different look.
Antwort von jwd96:
That you have to figure out myself. How are you fit s.besten. If, of course, synonymous to convey s.welche mood you want. (Color correction easy, making it look like normal, because as the white balance is wrong, or convey a specific feeling in a horror scene)
Mostly, I take this 3-way color correction thingy, or Curves and Tint.
Antwort von Axel:
If your mail is to increase saturation, contrast and sharpness, you need not even without these values to be incorporated. This option, if thou hast the codec in which you cut or post-processing, lossy is, it would be even better, all in the same recording to do it properly. Superflat is the setting in which all values are recorded as neutral as possible. This increases the scope for the colors - this includes the levels synonymous, thus refers to contrasts synonymous - yet later in terms of looks straight to (or at all to optimize the picture in order to express more conservative). Finally, we will add if necessary sharpness.
Antwort von masterseb:
a grader will do the following:
whites-mids-blacks converge. So contrast then color-hue-saturation in the 3-way and last but not least anything!
everything is always of course with a view to the vector scope / histogram etc.
Antwort von Mantas:
in contrast color, the color contrast as synonymous with lifts.
but that all depends on what you want ....
Antwort von Budoudo:
Thanks for the replies, I will use this to experiment next.
Another issue with attached: For Grading's often recommended a CRT monitor because of this, in contrast to LCD, RGB represents color. How are you doing this? My old PC monitor is a CRT so synonymous, synonymous, this should be so, or a Sony or Ikegami Greiff dice:
if you do not want to rely on videoscpes but your eyes and thus a subjective color grading, you have your monitor on each Calibri fall. this gives it its own tools, such as the spider. an apple with final cut installed you can monitor in the settings window viewing the example set in the PAL color space. ansich LCD or CRT is pretty equal when calibrated (particularly distinct in the viewing angle and brightness). optimum course would be an external HD studio monitor section. for blacks / whites, I would but in any case looking into the histogram, you see the same, wos wos absauft or tear.
Antwort von Budoudo:
this gives it its own tools, such as the spider. ansich LCD or CRT is fairly equal,
So that would soothe my budget very much, for so far I have used my Philips LCD preview monitor ... but not for grading.