Color Grading from Beginner to Advanced in Final Cut Pro X

Myles Fearnley, BBC-published videographer

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23 Lessons (2h 51m)
    • 1. 1.1 Introduction

      3:35
    • 2. 1.2 Tour of FCPX

      7:17
    • 3. 1.3 The Scopes

      7:19
    • 4. 1.4 Colour Wheels

      11:40
    • 5. 1.5 Colour Curves

      6:10
    • 6. 1.6 Hue Curves

      7:02
    • 7. 1.7 Colour Workflow

      3:27
    • 8. 2.1 Correction Introduction

      5:30
    • 9. 2.2 Colour Conversion

      6:50
    • 10. 2.3 Noise Reduction

      2:39
    • 11. 2.4 Exposure and Contrast

      14:43
    • 12. 2.5 How to Fix White Balance

      12:57
    • 13. 2.6 Saturation

      3:25
    • 14. 2.7 Get Perfect Skin Tones

      4:55
    • 15. 2.8 Secondary Corrections - Small But Crucial

      14:36
    • 16. 3.1 LUTs Introduction

      4:05
    • 17. 3.2 Get the Best Free LUTs

      5:20
    • 18. 3.3 Apply a LUT in FCPX

      3:36
    • 19. 3.4 Get the Best from Any LUT

      10:40
    • 20. 4.1 Black and White Grading

      3:16
    • 21. 4.2 Matching Cameras in FCPX

      15:24
    • 22. 4.3 Grade with Colour Wheels

      6:44
    • 23. 4.4 3 Powerful Uses of Curves (5 Looks Including Warm / Cool)

      10:11
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About This Class

Take your colour grading to the next level in Final Cut Pro!!

If you've ever felt lost when it comes to colour work, I feel your pain! I know the struggle:

  • online tutorials that conflict or don't tell the whole story

  • not knowing where to start or what makes footage look good

  • unnatural skin tones

  • applying a LUT to find that it looks bad

I've designed this course to resolve all this and more. This is all the knowledge I wish I knew when I started out with video, (too) many years ago.

In this course, you'll get:

  • Step-by-step workflow giving you a structured approach to get pro results

  • A solid understanding of the tools and scopes featured in Final Cut Pro

  • Where to get the best free LUTs, and more importantly, how to get the best from any LUT

  • The knowledge to create your own looks in FCPX

Hope to see you in there!