In this quick video, Matti from Travel Feels shares why you should be using teal and orange as the base for your colour grading, and why it works so well. Let’s take a look…

In this quick video, Matti Hoopoja at Travel Feels shares why you should be using the colours teal and orange as a base for your colour grading. Not because it looks cool or because it’s a trend, there’s reasoning behind it. If you were to look at a colour wheel, colours that are opposite on the wheel compliment each other. So let’s say you are colour grading for skin tones, you’ll be working with shades of orange and so teal would be the complimentary colour as it’s opposite orange on the colour wheel. Make sense? Here, we’ll let Matti explain…

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