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Color correction is the technique of editing film or video footage to correct colour imbalances so that it appears as the eye intended. Before or after editing, do you colour grade? Color grading is best done after a video has been entirely edited.

Color correction is the practise of altering each clip of footage to reflect a consistent look standard. Basically, levelling out the colours, making the whites appear white, the blacks appear black, and making sure everything is even to fix faults with the underlying image.

Color correction is the process of restoring (or fixing) colours in a video or film to their original state for your project. The practise of grading (or modifying) colours in a video or film to give it a distinctive look is known as colour grading.

Essentially, you're modifying the raw material digitally to reflect how the human eye sees it. The purpose of colour correcting is to give your footage a uniform look that is also aesthetically pleasant to viewers. Color grading is the next step in the process after the film has been fixed.

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