Oh man, this Colorista 2 business is awesome. I needed to key out a color that was nearly identical to almost every color around it, and this product made it happen. Took some tweaking, and certain parts needed to be overlooked, but my God is this a great buy. Thanks. You really did take your time with that keying editor. I can tell because it worksmagic.
December 15th, 2012 at 2:57 amdon c says:
Very nice and I appreciate the tutorials on how to utilize the tools contained within Colorista. I do hope that Red Giant does more along these lines as they have fantastic products.
September 15th, 2012 at 6:15 pmMichael Cox says:
Useful intro. As a complete newbie to coloring, buying this is a real stretch of my abilities to understand color and how to be subtle with the changes. I wish there was a book, similar to the Visual QuickStart guides, or to the Adobe Classroom-in-a-book series, on the Red Giant applications. How does one launch a second or third Colorista into AE or another application?
April 21st, 2012 at 2:03 pmDenis D. says:
Im a curious as to why I would choice one stage over the other. I get what secondary do, which is key and power mask, but what is the major difference between Primary and Master?
February 25th, 2012 at 7:01 pmchristopher says:
Agreed, excellent introduction - just bought Colorista for a trailer project and this was just the help I needed. Thanks!
February 18th, 2012 at 2:27 pmAlan Austin says:
Very helpful....the more the better...looking forward to more specific tutorials. they really help launch you into getting the most out of the programs...
October 28th, 2011 at 4:13 pmJoseph W. Bourke says:
Very nice intro to Colorista. This allowed me to go into a shot of two workers in a chemical plant, and change the color of their coveralls - not an easy task with anything else.
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