1. Drag the footage onto the timeline. 2. Add camera LUT – Leeming LUT One – Panasonic HLG v502. 3. Adjust the shadows, midtones and highlights using the color wheels. 4. Fix the color temperature using the color temperature control. 5. Boost color using the saturation control on the left side of the master color wheel. 6. To match color with other clips in the timeline, copy and paste attributes from the first color corrected clip. 7. The second clip with attributes pasted. Color is too warm. 8. Option click and drag the first color corrected clip above the second to make a copy. 9. In the Inspector, reduce scale to 50% and drag to the left. 10. Do the same for the second clip, only drag it to the right. 11. In the side-by-side view, we can compare the clips visually and also in the scopes. 12. Using the color wheels, temperature and tint controls, match the two clips. 13. Disable the reference clip using the keyboard shortcut ‘V’. 14. Reset the transform properties of the second clip. 15. To brighten the subject’s face, add another set of color wheels, select the shape mask, raise midtones, then add a keyframe. 16. Continue to scrub through the clip, moving the mask and adding keyframes as needed. This workflow is based on Denver Riddle’s Final Cut Pro X Color Grading Tutorial Crash Course for 10.4.