Post-processing helps to define the mood of a film by defining its color palette. This can help advance the story by enhancing the lighting, creating convincing shadows, adding motion blur and producing lens effects such as vignetting or chromatic aberrations. This session shows you how to set up and create custom post-processing profiles, and teaches you the differences between local and global profiles. You will also learn how to use color grading to enhance your creative vision and to increase the visual fidelity of your story with image effects.
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