I'm new on here but would like some help on a problem I have.
For my own use I have captured the whole film of SUPERMAN RETURNS, being a big comic book fan, I loved the film but one thing I just couldnt get away with was the shade of red used for his costume, horrible.
So using Premier pro 2.0 I want to use the color correction tools to restore all the scenes superman appears in back to the normal reds of the christopher reeve movies.
Now my problem, I have gone through the help me files and online tutorials I have found and have managed to change the red, however it effects the rest of the red in the picture. It says in the help filmes you can enchance 1 color only but when I pick the red I want to change, I thought that would just select that area. Also because alot of the scenes are shot at night the dark parts of the red that arent lit in the scene and cast a shadow, doesnt change very well.
Is there a way I can get the result I want? I have done it on a few stills using photoshop, but the requires masking the area you want to change off and then using the hue and saturation to change the red, which works fine for stills, is it possible to get an effect as good using premier pro 2.0.
Surely I am not going to have to do it frame by frame in photoshop in port them back into to premier and match up the sound am I? If so the sequal will be made and on dvd before I get it done, then I will have that one to do aswell if the reds are still that dark.
This is my first post and I will be very grateful for any help as I have watched these boards for a while and there are some very helpful people on here.
Please also let me know if your require any more information before you can help me. Oh and please bear in mind that I'm not an expert at premier so try and explain nice and simple, incase the information given is asking me to go to areas of the program I dont' know how to find or even come across yet....
Here is a picture as to what I want it to look like, again this was one with photoshop
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thanks in advance. looking forward to hearing your views