This LumaFusion tutorial shows how to adjust and color grade underexposed areas in a video without affecting the remaining areas, using Luma Key.
The same method is then extended to apply different color gradings for brighter and darker areas of a video, blending them seamlessly.
Lastly, the tutorial shows how to create a Text Behind Subject effect using the same method.
The following are examples where different color grading has been applied to lighter and darker areas of the video.
For example, in the first image, the trees have a red tint while the water has a more vibrant blue.
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Last edited by in7ermaster on Tue Jul 20, 2021 5:41 pm, edited 4 times in total.
Ohaaa I didn't know this! Thanks! I will use it for my videos from now on!
I’m glad you find this method helpful.
It’s useful and as I said in the tutorial, provides a quick and precise solution.
As I often say about the workflows in my tutorials, use it mildly so it looks natural.
I’m working on an another tutorial where you split the RGB components of a video into 3 separate tracks and the. you can apply color grading, LUTs and effects to each component separately. Not sure how useful it is but it’s definitely fun to do.
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