I'm shooting a video that's going to have a black and white striped backdrop. Unfortunately, this backdrop is actually 3 different backdrops strung up side by side and the whites in each of the backdrops aren't quite identical. (Like, one might be pure white and the other might be kind of off-white, but supposed to be pure white. And a third somewhere in between.)
The question is - can I do some kind of white balancing or color correcting in post (I'm using Premiere Pro 5.5) to make all three slightly different shades of white look like they're the same shade? I've been messing around with this by filming three different "white" objects at once - like a piece of paper, a white t-shirt, and an off-white container - and then trying to get them all to match, but I haven't succeeded.
Any suggestions? I assume it's possible somehow, but might be more complicated than it's worth?
Thanks Alex! I'll play around with that right now and see if I can pull that off. Though it does sound like just getting the backgrounds to match in the original shoot would be a heck of a lot simpler than the whole "fix it in post" strategy.