(I didn't realize that my computer took two different frames when I exported until I got home to write... sorry.)
The effect works better in moving video with the full frame, but this is just to give you an idea of the "pop" difference I achieved just by increasing the Contrast a little bit.
Note that I also reduced the amount of Red in the image at the same time. Often when you bump contrast you'll get too much of a color, so you'll want to bring that back down a bit.
When I see raw film footage, I'm usually very unimpressed, but then after it's been corrected it looks really nice. Perhaps the reason video footage doesn't pop as much as film is because we don't take our video tapes to a professional colorist to tweak it. The fact that my footage became something completely different just by tweaking a couple little values blows me away.
I've got a lot to learn and experiment with in this area of filmmaking, but seeing such an incredible impact from this is inspiring.
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