Between correction and grading, there is colour correction of skin – learn with these tutorials.
First, if you aren’t yet familiar with scopes, or don’t quite understand how to work with them to correct colour in your video work, we’ve collected some helpful, comprehensive tutorials:
Hue vs Hue / Hue vs Sat
What about the skin tone on a moving person? Cinecom‘s technique involves masking a person’s face, tracking its movement, and then applying colour correction – all using Premiere Pro‘s stock features, without no third party plugins:
While the skin tone line in the YUV vector scope is said to account for all skin tones, the same can’t be said of the film medium historically. Here’s a collection of topical discussions about film’s troubled history with dark skin, and what modern DOPs are doing about it: