January 17, 2017, 01:18 PM
Depending on who you ask, crushing the blacks in your color grade can be a good or bad stylistic choice. In principle, it is used to make images “pop” more, as the dark parts, which usually retain some elements of light and shading, are “crushed” off the spectrum for complete darkness — thus drawing your eye’s attention to the parts of the image with more information.
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