Why do different color wheels in different pieces of software and applications act differently?
How does that answer effect our approach to color grading?
Those two thoughts came to the top of my mind when reading Oliver Peter’s excellent post, Grading with Color Wheels. Why don’t you head over there and read that post? It’s very informative and helps build the foundation for this post. I’ll wait…
Understanding how the color wheels in your NLE process the image has a huge impact on how you approach your color correction. In this post we’ll build out the concepts introduced in Oliver’s article to give us a working methodology.
Quick note to those of you that still have me in their feed. First, Thanks! Second, I’m moving off my old platform onto WordPress. I suspect when I import all my old posts they’re going to overwhelm the feed.
If that happens, my apologies. Just mark everything read. A day or two later I’ll refresh the 3 latest articles and then everything will run fresh from there.
A Fini favorite from 2009 (not just the film, but the people), “Beyond Ipanema” is screening on March 18 at South by Southwest.
A passion project from Guto Barra & Beco Dranaff, the film had it’s world premiere at the Museum of Modern Art last summer. It was a great projector (rolling off of HDCam), a fantastic crowd, and featured a live drum line of high school students playing Brazilian-style as the credits finished rolling.
Jason Sonsnoff, Producer
"The film played fantastically and looked amazing. Barry [Levinson] and I are super happy with the work you did. Really great job. It could not have gone better."
John G. Young, Director / Writer
Rivers Wash Over Me
"...the process was great and you were extremely helpful. I have recommended you several times to folks. I'm a big fan!"