Chromatic Tutorial: Isolate & Grade Skin Tones in FCPX
In this Chromatic tutorial, learn how to isolate and grade skin tones without changing the background within Final Cut Pro X.
The Most Comprehensive and Powerful Grading Tool for FCPX
The most complete and flexible professional color grading plugin for Final Cut Pro X! Featuring integrated mask tracking (with Academy Award-winning Mocha tracking technology), powerful color keying, support for auto white balance including using the XRite Passport Video and powerful linked grading capabilities using grade groups. Unlike other FCPX solutions, in Chromatic all of these functions and more are available in one powerful color correction product.
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More about Coremelt Chromatic
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I wrote a long series on skin retouching and digital makeup and I hope you’ll check it out.
Do you need to make some small fixes to the skin of your actor, like fixing a blemish or blotchiness? Here’s part 1 of a 2 part series on Skin Retouching and Digital Makeup to get you started!
Need to touch up your actor’s complexion quickly and easily? There are a lot of plug-ins on the market that can help you with this task. I’ll cover the big players and a few new to the market: Digital Anarchy Beauty Box, GenArts Sapphire S_Beauty, FXHOME HitFilm, the recently released Imagenomic Portraiture for video, the brand-spanking new Dashwood Smooth Skin. Red Giant Cosmo and Colorista II are also on the agenda.
This article includes more plug-ins and some recent tutorials for all sorts of compositors and editing tools.
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