May 1, 2012, 03:20 PM
Using color gradients to affect the color grade of our video images is a really neat trick to know about. It helps a lot when you need to tone down or brighten up a sky but not the landscape below it, when you need one area effected with tint and luminance but not others. You could always use a matte, but that could get complicated in some situations. The following 3 step technique will come in handy for not just fixing things, but enhancing the emotional content of your video images.
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