Color Correction Services

Basic Color Correction

Color changing effect which is given to images that have objects in single color is called a basic color correction service. Basic color correction is very easy to perform and takes little time. Bows, single-colored t-shirt, single-colored tops, single-colored pants, tie, etc. are color-corrected in basic color correction service.

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Simple Color Correction

In simple color correction service, two or three colored objects are color corrected. There shouldn’t be any gradients in simple color correction service, only monochromatic colors fall under the color correction service category.

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Medium Color Correction

Color variants or color correction is important for businesses and also a very easy option as opposed to using every colored clothing or objects for a single-type product. Medium color correction is a service that edits the colors to give the image look a more appealing look, and also changes the colors for diversity. In this service, the subject can have 3-5 colors that need to be changed.

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Complex Color Correction

Complex color correction or color variant service is suitable for subjects that have 6-8 colors that need changing, with some gradient work. The perfect shades in complex color correction are difficult to achieve, because the lightwork plays a vital role in these cases. However, if you need a color correction service, then PixiGraphics is the right place where you can find the best service. It has an efficient team of designers who can do the perfect and most natural color correction service for you.

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Super Complex Color Correction

Super complex color correction service is fitting for the images in which the subjects have more than 8 colors and have gradient work as well. Super complex color correction task can take more time than any of the other types of color correction service because you wouldn’t want the product look it’s in a bad light or something.

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