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Would someone please share tips on working with Magic Bullet Looks? I usually start with my primary color-correction—balancing my Luma scopes, RGB parade and vectorscope in Final Cut Pro X—but would like to grade in Magic Bullet Looks. Does it make sense to do my primary CC *at all* beforehand if I know I’m going to use Magic Bullet Looks for grading afterward? Some people say, when using MBL, you should wait to dial in your scopes as the last step. Thanks for your thoughts!
Greetings People, My first post, had a search and can't find anything specific on the subject (please correct me if I'm wrong) The 'TV Movie Look' I first heard this on an episode of Entourage where a Director fires his cinematographer due to making his film look like a TV Movie. After hearing this I looked into it and you can just tell now when a film, or series have that 'look' So my question really is, what makes it look like that, and how in the hell can you really avoid it lol A great example is anything by 'The Asylum' lol
Hi Forum Members, I'm a student who has shot a music video on a Canon 7D. It was asked of me to achieve a color grade similar to the one in this video: From what I'm looking at it seems like there is a bit more than just overall desaturation going on with the entire image. There appears to be a black and white grade that coexists with blue elements in the band members. In the past I've used the three way color corrector in FCP a bit but only to do very basic colorization such as making the shadows a bit blue. I have Magic Bullet Looks but many of the presets even after tweaking severly erode the colors of the footage. Any advice on what direction to go towards in achieving a result close to the example would help. I've transcoded my 1080 footage to 720p60.