What is secondary color correction? Secondary colour correction is essentially the selection and changing of a single colour within the picture without altering anything else or disturbing the general look we want to create. In the early days of colour grading, secondary colour correction was extremely basic.
What is the purpose of a color correction? Basically, you are digitally altering the raw footage to match how the human eye perceives it. With color correction, the goal is to create a uniformed look for your footage that’s also aesthetically pleasing for viewers. Once the footage has been corrected, the next step in the process is color grading.
How are secondary color corrections different from primary color corrections? In primary color correction, you adjust and correct the entire image. Secondary color correction involves isolating specific parts of the image, or objects within the video frame, and correcting only those.
What is the difference between color correction and grading? Color correcting is the process of correcting (or fixing) colors in a video or a film as a way to get them back to what they should look like for your project. Color grading is the process of grading (or editing) colors in a video or film as a way to give them a stylistic look.