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Introduction to Blender 2.5: Color GradingNov 15, 2010, 23:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Reynante Martinez)
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"Now, for some explanation. Color grading is usually defined as the process of altering and/or enhancing the colors of a motion picture or a still image. Traditionally, this happens by altering the subject photo-chemically (color timing) in a laboratory. But with modern tools and techniques, color grading can now be achieved digitally. Software like Apple's Final Cut Pro, Adobe's After Effects, Red Giant Software's Magic Bullet Looks, etc. Luckily, the latest version of Blender has support for color grading by using a selection and plethora of nodes that will then process our input accordingly. However, I really want to stress here that often, it doesn't matter what tools you use, it all really depends on how crafty and artistic you are, regardless of whatever features your application has.
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