Adding Depth-of-Field Using Selective Sharpening and Blurring

Adding Depth-of-Field Using Selective Sharpening and Blurring

April 17, 2013

Are you looking to control depth-of-field in your video images during color correction? This video shows you how to use selective sharpening and blurring.


This is the final chapter in my 3 part series in adding depth to your images. We’ve looked at adding brightness and¬†darkness to our image to make it pop as much possible so now let’s look at sharpness. Have you ever noticed HD commercials and feature films always seem unbelievably sharp? That’s probably because they had a helping hand in post-production. I always find a little sharpening in the grade can help an image jump off the screen. In this video, I show you my method and thinking behind sharpening an image.¬†


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