Introduction to Video Color Correction


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Do you want to make your video footage look more vibrant, more accurate, or better fit the mood and themes of your project? Color correction helps you accomplish all these goals and more. In this introductory course, instructor Ashley Kennedy explains the concepts behind color correction and color grading, and she guides editors through the process of correcting contrast, color balance, and hue/saturation. Ashley uses real-world examples to stress the aesthetics, basic measurement requirements, and overall techniques of the color correction process. After a thorough introduction of how to correct individual shots, she discusses the importance of shot-to-shot correction, as well as troubleshooting common lighting and color problems to create overall “looks” for a film.


  • Ashley Kennedy Managing Staff Instructor, Business and Creative Libraries at LinkedIn

    Ashley Kennedy is a managing staff instructor at LinkedIn Learning.

    In her current role, Ashley leads a talented team of staff instructors in the Creative and Business libraries. She also creates courses for the LinkedIn Learning library on the subjects of video editing, filmmaking, and various business topics. In addition to more than a decade of creating online courses for Learning, Ashley has deep experience leading face-to-face classes and large-scale trainings—as a freelance instructor, and previously at Columbia College Chicago and Avid Technology. She’s also written two successful textbooks on video editing. Ashley holds a BS in broadcast journalism from the University of Illinois, and an MFA in film from Boston University.

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