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July 18, 2019, 14:49 PM
Learn about the new colour grading and dailies workflow features in Assimilate's latest update to it's respected finishing software, SCRATCH 9.1#assimilate#dailies#finishing#scratch#dit#colour grading#online editing
February 19, 2019, 04:41 AM
Get a proper education on rotoscoping, tracking, shot fixes, 3D particles, motion graphics and much more in this review of 4 major online training providers including Mixing Light, Lowe Post, Ripple Training and FXPHD. Plus FREE resources to learn more about DaVinci Resolve and Fusion!#editing#davinci resolve#finishing#fusion#colour grading
April 29, 2015, 15:27 PM
When Stern Advertising wanted to create a memorable Mother’s Day spot for Kay Jewelers®, the number one jewelry store in America – they once again partnered up with The Colonie editor, Bob Ackerman. Director, Harry Patramanis, captured the playfulness and tone of the spot. Ackerman then weaved the footage into an endearing storyline that conveys the emotional connections and family moments that make Mother’s Day special.#editing#broadcast#finishing#visual fx#commercials#the colonie#bob ackerman
March 6, 2015, 18:46 PM
The Colonie editor, Bob Ackerman, and renowned director, Joe Pytka, recently paired up to create a dramatic spot for McDonald’s, out of Burrell Communications. Driven by realistic, gritty, cinematic style footage, Burrell Communications' :60 commercial, entitled, ‘Good Things,’ tapped the full range of The Colonie’s editorial, VFX and finishing services, enabling its team to provide the kind of efficient, seamless workflow needed for a quick turnaround.#finishing#visual fx#editorial#commercials
February 5, 2013, 11:22 AM
If you want over 6 hours of free training on professional color grading and compositing techniques and generally how to make the most Assimilate Scratch’s finishing capabilities then these tutorials from Mike Burton and cmiVFX will do just the trick.#finishing#compositing#assimilate scratch#colour grading tutorials#cmivfx
November 10, 2012, 18:49 PM
No matter who the client, or what the project, sooner or later you're going to be asked "can you split the difference?" between your interpretation of what the client wanted, and what they discovered they really wanted once they saw what you were up to.#color#colour#finishing
Gordon sits down with cinematographer James Kniest to discuss his work on The Haunting of Bly Manor....
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Gordon sits down to talk to Emmy Nominated editors Kate Sanford & Tim Streeto to discuss their work ...
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