I shot an interview a couple of weeks ago and I must have been really rushed because when I got back to look at the video, I noticed that the subject's nose was red (probably from being out in the cold before the shoot).
Does anyone have any Final Cut tips for getting rid of the redness, but just isolating it to the nose area?
Reshooting is not out of the question, but I would rather not do that. I don't think it looks too bad, but my boss happened to walk by the edit suite when I was working on it and said something to the effect of, "Wow, I hope you can fix that."
It didn't look too bad to me. I think the in-focus bookshelf is more distracting than her nose. Anyway, I would duplicate the layer and apply a garbage matte to it just around the nose area, feather the edges and then use the 3-way color corrector to take out some red. If she moves around a bunch you may have to add some keyframes to track her nose.