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Chimera DVD: Color Correction and Filtration

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Color Correction and Filtration - This program examines the craft of correcting the many different colors of light as it relates to shooting film and video. You'll see how to use color correction gels and filters to make your location lighting look its best. Learn to gel windows quickly, color correct for fluorescent and mercury vapor lights and much more.

Subject Lighting for Photography
Author Bill Holshevnikoff
Edition First
Hard/Soft Cover DVD
Pages 45 minutes
Dimensions DVD
Illustrations Yes
ISBN Number Not specified
Publisher Chimera
Date Published 2005

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What I learned was well worth the cost.

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    Comments about Chimera DVD: Color Correction and Filtration:

    I've bought essentially all the DVD training (for lighting) available on B&H and this is the BEST (and it was produced in the mid-90'S)! Everything is still relevant!

    Great DVD! Bill knows his craft. This video could be beneficial to a beginner but it will surely be an asset to a professional. I've been in the entertainment biz for over 10 years (Emmy Nominated) and Bill pointed out some obvious techniques that I have never put into practice. I will now! What I learned was well worth the cost.

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