Post Production

Classic Course: Tint versus Tritone

The Tint effect tends to wash out your images. Fortunately, there’s a better solution.

Continuing with still-useful movies from our old “Insight Into Effects” course, this one explains why you shouldn’t reach for the standard Tint effect when you want to colorize footage, and instead should use some form of Tritone effect: your black and white points will be preserved, resulting in a richer image with greater contrast:

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