Re: Exposure/Whitening footage by John Cuevas on Jan 3, 2014 at 7:43:34 pm
What kind of file is that, I can't get it to open.
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Re: Exposure/Whitening footage by Derek Nickell on Jan 4, 2014 at 3:41:12 am
You will have to mask some of it if you don't want to change the brightness of the entire frame.
If the shot isn't moving, add an adjustment layer to the seq, mask off loosely the part you want to make brighter and feather the mask. Add a curves adjustment to the adjustment layer and peak the highlights only setting keyframes for the rest of the curve.
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