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In this Apple Color tutorial, Richard Harrington along with color expert Robbie Carman create the Pleasantville effect in Apple Color. Using the secondary curves, specifically the saturation curve, to isolate just the yellow in a taxi cab everything else in the video clip can then be desaturated to create this popular effect.



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Re: Final Cut Pro: Saturation Curves in Color
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Thank you. Love always having more insight to color in final cut pro


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