Powerful looks and color correction for filmmakers
Magic Bullet Looks brings professional color finishing to a project of any budget. With the tools available here, you can learn to utilize everything Magic Bullet Looks has to offer.
Director Stu Maschwitz shows you how to get a cinematic faded hipster look, a balancing act of dropping contrast in the brightest and darkest color ranges, but preserving contrast in the mid ranges. This tutorial covers getting the same effect with both Magic Bullet Colorista IV and Magic Bullet Looks.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to save and organize your Looks Presets in Magic Bullet Looks 4.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to work with the new Tool Presets in Magic Bullet Looks 4, and how to save your own presets for instant access to your most used settings.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to work with Log footage in Magic Bullet Looks, Colorista IV, and Mojo II.
Seth Worley walks you through turning a real-world environment into the Upside Down, from Netflix's Stranger things. Get Seth's Stranger Danger title sequence files at http://redgiant.com/strangerdanger.
In this video, director Seth Worley shows you how he created the visual effects in "Busted," his Film Team Experiment. See below for the Film Team Experiment and links to the tools from AEScripts+Plugins, Rampant Design and more.
Cameron Childs shows you how to create the effects of a wand battle, as seen in the Harry Potter films. Watch the complete Film Team Experiment below:
Cameron Childs shows you how to create VFX seen in Marvel's Ant Man, including shrinking effects, fake macro shots and more. Watch the complete Film Team Experiment below:
Seth Worley shows you how to create several magical effects, such as a moon-powered beam of energy, mystical volumetric lighting, and more. He also shows you how to color grade to go from day to night. Watch the complete Film Team Experiment below:
Seth Worley shows you how to create a convincing flock of Pterosaurs using a small toy as the base for the effect. He'll also show you how to color correct a bright green toy gun so that it looks real. Watch the complete Film Team Experiment below: