how to make specified color more/less colored


marcinzm wrote on 5/4/2019, 1:23 AM

@Kivermark, Yes that's it. It is expensive but worth having.

Marco. wrote on 5/4/2019, 3:48 AM

Magic Bullet Suite is $ 899. These comprehensive suites are all expensive.

marcinzm wrote on 5/4/2019, 8:16 AM

Yes, but it is funny that upgrading Vegas Pro from 15 to 16 costed me less than purchasing DFT plugin.:)

Marco. wrote on 5/4/2019, 9:24 AM

Yes, it's bitter pills, like paying more for the tires than for the car. But I like that suite anyway.

marcinzm wrote on 5/4/2019, 11:27 AM

Here is my video comparision between applied and not applied DFT plugin on my video:

Marco. wrote on 5/5/2019, 6:25 AM

Interesting result. Which of the DFT tools did you use here?

Dexcon wrote on 5/5/2019, 7:27 AM

@marcinzm ... in your original post, you said that you were only looking at increasing the saturation of certain colors. The color grade that you recently posted has changed just about everything color-wise to the point that I am not exactly sure about what you are wanting to achieve.

If you are wanting to convey a stylized feeling/look of the 'end of the world' for a Sci-Fi film, then this is the type of color grading look to go for. But if you are wanting to convey a 'real-world' look, then I prefer the original non-color-enhanced image, though it could do with a bit of increased saturation and gamma.

For a 'real-world' look, the sky looks particularly unnatural to me in the color-enhanced version.

I must stress that these are my opinions only - color-grading (as against color correction) is a very personal thing, but then it probably wouldn't work all that well to apply a 'Gatsby' look to the battle scenes in 'GoT'.

marcinzm wrote on 5/6/2019, 5:36 PM

Dexcon, thank you for your comment. Yes, you are right, I was having fun with DFT plugin that`s why after some changes I thought it looked nice and I left it after these changes.


Marco, I used Selective Color Correct from DFT plugin.