Previous Rode SmartLav+ with the Nebula 4000 Lite Idea Test Next Should I Return My New GigaByte P34G Laptop Because of Fan Noise? Questions DSC Labs One Shot vs Xrite Color Checker Classic More of a Question than a Review September 19, 20144 comments876 views1 min read 4 comments Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Question not a review DSC Labs X-Rite Color Checker Classic Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email You may also like Video Questions Basement Shoot Part 2: How Big of a Fake Wall Do I Need to Build? 655 views1 min read Video Questions Never Done This Before – Might Be Impossible 2,068 views1 min read Video Questions Can Sony’s Drive Speed and Tracking Sensitivity be used for Stills? 167 views1 min read 4 comments Hey Dave. Good stuff as always. I’m only an amateur with color correction but it seems to me that those color boards might be blocking some parts of your studio lighting making the light cast on the talent different or at least lower exposure. (Did underexposing tint the skin tones?) Also you might wanna start the correction with adjustments that alter the image as a whole and do the individual correction last. hey dave, any luck with getting these cameras to match? @Chris yes I have two methods that are working well, but I still need to figure out which one has the best workflow. Hi Dave, love your tutorials. It would be great if you could do an intro to colour correcting tutorial or course that shows us what you’ve learned with setting colour in camera and colour correcting and matching camera colour in post.