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Increase BLUE vs.WARM differences in Post


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#1 Francesco Glavina

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 05:42 AM

What's the best way to increase the difference from the BLUE daylight of exteriors and the WARM tungsten light of interiors?

That's a frame:

http://video.timmagi.../Intervista.jpg

Shoot in internal, she is illuminated by a warm LED light, with the classic "blue" window behind.
That's from a 5D with "Technicolor Cinestyle" curves profile.
As you Can see the difference from blue window and warm skin is not much. I want to increase saturation and difference from colors. (In Photoshop or After Effects i.e.).
Suggestions?

Thanks...

PS.
Oh,oh!!! :-) Here some CTO/CTB...
http://upload.wikime...runner_pris.png
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#2 Chris Burke

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 10:37 AM

shoot with daylight stock/settings and light the face with tungsten light. then gel the windows blue according to your taste.
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#3 Francesco Glavina

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 04:38 AM

shoot with daylight stock/settings and light the face with tungsten light. then gel the windows blue according to your taste.


Thanks, but that's not the answer I ask for. I know how achieve the result. But I have an interview I done, and need to increase the effect in the best way. In post.
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