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Color Correction 6: The Filmic Blend Technique

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In this follow-on tutorial to Color Correction 5: Blend Modes, Andrew Devis demonstrates a technique that uses blend modes to help make video look a little more like film and so set your work apart. For almost no effort you can get some great results on individual clips, sequences or even whole projects.



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