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Chapter 10. Color Correction > Color Balancing Your Shots

Color Balancing Your Shots

Color balancing is about adjusting the levels (hue, saturation, and luminance) of red, green, and blue (the colors that comprise the digital video pixel) in your image. One of the most common uses for color balancing is to correct an outdoor scene shot with an indoor white balance setting or vice versa.

For example, an outdoor snow scene might appear blue if shot with an indoor white balance setting. You can use Xpress Pro's Auto-Balance buttons to correct such a mistake and make the snow look white.


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