Sub-Zero RGB - Blue Black

Posted by J.Corbett 
Sub-Zero RGB - Blue Black
March 13, 2009 02:39PM
In this trace in the RGB parade. The blue is sub zero I am trying to use the secondary room#1 to correct it.

When i use the primary the shadows become tinted blue. I normally only do luma corrections in the primary. the luma in this frame has been corrected in the primary. The trace from above is from the same frame.

one of his arms are raise the area under that arm is where the blue tint comes in first when trying to raise the blues channels black.

I thought i could get a RGBL curve set in the secondaries room.

any suggestions?

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Re: Sub-Zero RGB - Blue Black
March 20, 2009 12:30PM
You could try several things:

1. Saturation control in the shadow areas. i.e. "de-saturate shadows" in the Primary Room
2. Play with the saturation curve in the blue areas in the one of the secondary rooms
3... I'm sure there are more way to deal with this
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