VideoStudio :: Color Correction In Corel Software

Mar 24, 2012

i use pro x4 and i dont like the color correction in corel software.there is no midtone high & low colors to get a cinema every other software you get this option,so i must to edit my stuff in corel and then color correct & rendering in sony vegas to many work,in the next version add this option its very important no the screen recorder in prox5

View 4 Replies


Corel Photo Editing :: Underwater Color Correction

Nov 26, 2007

Need color correcting my underwater shots.

The only posts I ever see on any site usually deal with Photoshop. I've been getting decent results using one step photo finish and then sliding the overall brightness bar to a negative position usually -10 to -30. I then go to fade correction and use a value of 46. This seems to do a decent job. My wife and I are avid snorkelers so I'm usually taking my pictures at a depth of 10' - 30' of water with an internal flash.

View 5 Replies View Related

VideoStudio :: Color Correction

Sep 7, 2011

I had filmed a wedding with horrible lighting my XL2 was horrible the lens setting was stuck on 1/32 the GL2 has more vibrant colors .

View 6 Replies View Related

VideoStudio :: Color Correction Feature - Should Entire Clip Be Corrected Prior To Insert

Sep 13, 2012

Using VS PX4 file type is MTS.Color correction feature-should the entire clip be corrected prior to inserting into time line as a project?I'm using new cameras and trying to get it right.

View 4 Replies View Related

Photoshop Elements :: Using Color Swatches For Color Correction

Oct 8, 2013

I am taking pictures of art and would like to correct the photos so that the colors are accurate. Need to use some kind of color swatch in each picture? I would like to include the color swatch strip in the edge of each picture so that I can correct the colors more easily and then crop the color swatch out. What kind of colors do I need in the color swatch? Also, would it be useful to have black/white/50% grey in the strip to work with leveling? I am going to correct the leveling and try to remove the color cast.
I also have to photograph things which are very shiny (e.g. coated in shellac). How to use an external flash to minimize flash glare?

View 4 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction In CS3?

Mar 12, 2012

when you move it to PS he has you use the curves panel to color correct.  Of course that entails using the black eye dropper and clicking on the blackest/darkest area of the photo, similar for the white dropper, and after a nice little trick to find the right spot......... an area for the midtone dropper. 
The thing is I've noticed that once I make that first click with the black dropper, that nice contrast I had from ACR adjustments goes out the window and the photo brightens up a lot.  The final steps of putting 3 points on the curve and dropping the blacks end and raising the whites end brings it back a bit but I was thinking isn't setting the WB with the dropper in ACR already color correcting? 

Even at the end of the book when he goes through his actual workflow using a provided .dng example he does all the ACR stuff and then moves to PS and uses the curves panel.

View 22 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction For TV

May 14, 2012

I want to display photos shot as JPG from a DSLR on a TV. When played on the TV they seem dark and lots of detail gets lost. How to make my images look good on a LCD TV? I am pretty new to Photoshop, would I just play with the Levels?

View 3 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction

Jul 10, 2006

I am interested in which method to use to correct color. I try using curves and end up with a blown color look. Then I go into Levels and change what I did in curves.

View 4 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction

Aug 27, 2007

I don't know why I can't change my Photoshop to Black either in foreground, or background color. I set it to 00000, but it shows dark green color.

View 7 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction

Apr 29, 2009

In PS 7.0.I have a brochure done by a printing company & I have the source photoshop files.I am creating a new piece, but I would like the brochure's background color to match the background of the new piece.I have took the background file of the brochure provided by the printer & placed it on the new piece.The new piece has been sent out to a different printer. It's stock is going to be 18PT.C1S with high-gloss film lamination.They have printed a proof & realized the background colors do not match. The brochure has more yellow in it.Is there a way I can color correct the file so I don't have to pay the extra for the printer to do it? Do I just add more yellow with one of the adjustment layers?

View 1 Replies View Related

VideoStudio :: Finding A Filter For Keystone Correction?

Dec 24, 2011

Is there a filter for keystone correction or another product I could pre-process my clips though for keystone correction?

View 4 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Better Color Correction Techniques

Apr 27, 2013

I am taking photos of parts for a client.  I've got a pretty good method down with correcting the originals to achieve the results I need.  First here is the original.  I'm using different color temp light sources, the walls of the photo box are slightly gray, and the table the parts are sitting on are white.  So i'm trying to achieve the most accurate camera settings to get the original below:
After doing levels and exposure correction in PSD, I get what I want. I played around with the channel mixer and color balance to see if I can properly correct the object so it looks like gray steel, and not having that slight yellow/green tint to it.
 The only way I could figure it out is to just turn off the hue saturation and it gives it a somewhat decent result as seen below: But suppose my object is made of gold, or has a piece of plastic on it that's red; if so, then turning off the saturation will not I can use other controls in PSD to achieve a more accurate result?

View 6 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction - RAW Files

Dec 2, 2012

I took some family portraits using a Canon D60, RAW files.

I'm using Lightroom and Photoshop to work on them, with the goal of making a hard-copy print.

Also, I used florescent photography lighting, with "6400K" bulbs that came with the lights.

My problem is a little yellow tinting in some of the skin tones. My face, for example, looks just fine except for the shadow areas around the eyes, where it seems a little yellow-green, looking almost like a bruise. Meanwhile, my nephew's face looks a bit yellow.

I've used (in Lightroom) the neutral eyedropper on white clothing and grey background, and everything else seems fine. That is, the photo is not over-all tinted. I've tried the different Camera Calibration settings, and tried the temperature/tint sliders to see what difference it made.

How I might improve my photos? I've attached a detail, saved with an ICC profile of AdobeRGB.

View 9 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction Through Levels

Dec 28, 2004

To me, an easy and non-subjective way to make an image color-neutral is through Levels.

I leave the RGB channel untouched and use strictly the separate color channels (ctrl 1, 2 and 3), adjusting the black and the white sliders so that the blanco parts (non-information) on the edges of the histogram are excluded.

I was wondering if there exists a shortcut for this, since it is a verifyable action based on concrete readings. When scanning a large amount of images, it seems unnecessarily exhausting to repeat this action time and again.

The Auto Levels or Auto Colors commands don't work subtle enough, because they usually discard the outer parts of the histogram.

View 6 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Question About Color Correction

Apr 13, 2009

I'm trying to color correct some photos, yet when I shift click on a white area, get my digits from the info panel, and start enterin them in the curves value, it's not working properly....the color won't change, also, with midpoints, I used the 50% gray method, found a spot, and the image color went completely nuts, does anyone have a good site for a tutoiral on this? am I doing something wrong?

View 5 Replies View Related

Photoshop Elements :: Use A Color Correction In 10?

Jul 8, 2013

i got a Color checker last week (SpyderCeckr) and now i try very hard to put this color correction into PS Elements 10. I have already installed ACR 6.7. My problem is i can not choose any .xmp data in ACR. Is it possible to choose? Or is there a other way

View 2 Replies View Related

Lightroom :: Global Color Correction In LR?

Sep 7, 2013

We have a white balance tool in the develop panel, but I could not find a way for setting black point in LR ...

How can I set the darkest point to the neutral color?

View 1 Replies View Related

Premiere Pro :: Color Correction Shuts Down?

Mar 21, 2014

Everytime I try to use any color correction my system shuts down.

View 2 Replies View Related

VideoStudio :: Pinch Filter Function For Barrel Correction

Sep 29, 2013

I used the Pinch filter function for barrel correction in GoPro video. Unfortunately it does not correct the whole pictures area: the corners remain untouched. Is there any real barrel correction (fish eye lens correction) filter available for Video Studio?

View 4 Replies View Related

VideoStudio :: X2 Colour Correction Make Video Soft

Jun 29, 2012

When I apply colour correction, either 'auto' or using the sliders, the video becomes 'soft' (looks like it is out of focus). Is this normal, & is there a way around it?

XP, Intel quad core, 4G RAM

View 2 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Selection / Color Correction And Blending

Nov 24, 2012

How do I make a selection of ALL the yellow on the Meatball building and make it a deeper yellow the way it has been done in the attached photographs:

Someone suggested playing with the Color Range: Select/Color Range and then use the lasso tool plus the option button to delete what you don't need. But that's not working for me.
And in the next photo, what is/how do you achieve the blended effect on the area that is the where you would more obviously see that this is made-up of two photos? It's a blending mode right? Which one?

View 2 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Favorite Color Correction Plugin

Jan 30, 2006

If you had to recommend a "color correction" plugin, which would it be?
I'm assuming that most you use PS's native tools for the most part but have a couple color correction plugins you think actually work...

View 8 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Spot Color Correction - Blending

Feb 23, 2004

I am doing spot color correction on an image, I have a hard time getting everything to blend correctly. For example, I'm working on an image where the bottom right hand corner is a lot darker than the rest of the piece. When I color correct that part of the image,

View 2 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Auto Color Correction From The Level

Mar 21, 2006

I clicked on the auto color correction from the level because the picture was pink. I looked at the shadod clip .50 , highlight clip .50 and closed it when It changed the picture and it's better now but Can I still use the arrow from red, blue and green from the level to get better pictures?

View 4 Replies View Related

GIMP :: Color Correction / Matching Without Whites

Oct 21, 2011

I have a set of photos, taken a while back. They're closeups of the stages of a craft process, and not easily reshootable.

I was with the craft, I didn't notice that the day was passing, and that the light I was shooting with was varying, and I didn't do a manual white balance for each shot.

Each photo on its own looks "OK", but when I tried a montage, the white balance differences between the shots was UGLY.

So - I don't need accurately calibrated shots, but I'd like the colorspace of all the photos to be as similar as possible, so that identical physical objects have the same in-image colors.

There are several areas in the photos that are of the same (physical) item that could be used to drive a calibration/matching process, but they're not white/gray/black.

So - how do I match up the colors? I've tried to botch at it by hand editing curves but it was tedious and error prone.

View 2 Replies View Related

GIMP :: Color Correction Lookup Texture?

Aug 2, 2013

Is it possible to use GIMP to produce a color correction texture look up? I am hoping to use GIMP to create texture correction lut to create moods in Unity, as described here.

View 1 Replies View Related

Photoshop Elements :: 8 - Any Color Correction Controls Like RGB

Mar 6, 2013

I used to have Photoshop 7 and often used the RGB controls to make color corrections. Now I have Elements 8 and I miss having RGB controls.  Is there a way in PSE 8 I can simply adjust R, G, and B individually like I've been used to?If not, what is the closest substitute in PSE 8?

View 1 Replies View Related

After Effects :: Chart Guide For Color Correction?

Jul 12, 2013

I've been learning After Effects for several months and I have to say its a blast. I'm already in projects where they require special effects, and from months of just teaching myself.I'm almost finally able to achieve any effect I want, for example: a bomb made to implode the earth's core with a black hole (a still picture from an upcoming super hero comedy series called "Zack").
Anyways, I'm now learning more advanced  color balance, I always knew the basics and I just go with what looks good (which is how it usually works), but I never quite understood. Like curves.I watch tutorials and see people use a mix of colors to get the color they want. Honestly I don't know my colors in that way, is there a chart guide for color correction?

View 3 Replies View Related

Premiere Pro :: Secondary Color Correction Eyedropper?

Jan 30, 2014

When I use the eyedropper to build a secondary color correction mask (rgb curves, three-way, etc) I have to click the eyedropper with the + and then go over to my source monitor and click on the portion I want to build the mask for. If I need to select multiple colors to dial in the mask further I have to keep going back over and clicking the little eyedropper + and then back over to the source monitor and back and forth over and over again.
I know there is a better way, or at least a short cut to reselct the eyedropper +

View 2 Replies View Related

Photoshop :: Color Correction - Achieve Over Exposed Effect

Oct 20, 2013

How to achieve this kind of over exposed contrasty effect of a picuture?

Here were the examples.

View 4 Replies View Related

AutoDesk Smoke :: How To Make Color Correction And Grading

Jun 10, 2011

how to make color correction and color grading in Autodesk Smoke.

View 2 Replies View Related

Copyrights 2005-15, All rights reserved