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Nice clean film look type of color 27 Sep 2014 15:06 #53308

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Okay so ive been editing for 3 months now and i've been trying to get this type of color in my videos
can anyone help me on achieving it?
Last Edit: 27 Sep 2014 15:07 by lastdayfilms.
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Nice clean film look type of color 06 Oct 2014 02:25 #53691

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It looks a bit like a vignette or matte with decreased exposure and a yellow tint. I'll see if I can get this in FCP for you.
Last Edit: 06 Oct 2014 02:39 by 0emma0. Reason: added stuff
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Nice clean film look type of color 06 Oct 2014 02:59 #53695

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In the Saturation section of the color board, start by pulling the Master puck down slightly, and pull down more on the Shadows puck. This is a very flat look, not very saturated at all.
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Nice clean film look type of color 19 Apr 2019 12:17 #99731

Something to try to get a look like that ...

Dupe your clip and place it above the original.
Convert the dupe to black and white.
Change the blend mode on the dupe to Overlay.
Adjust Opacity to taste.
Adjust saturation of the original (bottom) clip to taste.

To do the whole video at once, either make it a compound clip and do the dupe as mentioned above, or use an adjustment layer - just make the adjustment layer black and white and change the blend mode.
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