Not every shot you receive will be a pristine masterpiece. Most shots will require some degree of color correction. With After Effects, you can transform a dull, lifeless shot into a bright, sharp clip in no time.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:<objective>
Use masks to isolate areas of an image for color correction.</objective> <objective>
Use the Color Balance effect to enhance areas of a shot.</objective> <objective>
Use the Auto Levels effect to introduce a color shift.</objective> <objective>
Use a track matte to isolate an area of an image.