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#1 Lee Tamer

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 06:28 PM

I recently had to shoot some additional coverage for a scene that was shot on an overcast day. Unfortunately it was pretty sunny out. Should I try to color correct the footage to match or would it be wasting my time and I would be better off shooting the whole thing over?
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#2 Ari Davidson

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 09:02 PM

I recently had to shoot some additional coverage for a scene that was shot on an overcast day. Unfortunately it was pretty sunny out. Should I try to color correct the footage to match or would it be wasting my time and I would be better off shooting the whole thing over?


I was able to pull it off once with a project, but I shot on film. If you're limited on budget or time for reshoots, try to recapture the tighter shots and CC with wider stuff.
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