Matching sunny and cloudy shots - color correction filmmaking tutorial





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Published on Jan 3, 2013

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In this tutorial I show you how to get around a common problem when filming outside on a day when you have both sun and clouds moving in. Since you can't always just stop and wait till the light outside matches all your previous shots, you will have to do what the big shots in Hollywood do. You edit the different shots togheter into one scene even though some of them are shot in bright sunlight and others are done on a overcast day. After you're done editing you will have to color correct the different shots till they match each other. Watch this video tutorial to find out how it's done!

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