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How To Be a DIT - Part 3

February 10, 2013, 12:20 PM


If you're interested in becoming a DIT or learning more about what a DIT does and how they do it, then check out these resources - a free webinar focused on on-set colour corrections, a primer on understanding LUTS and an extensive post on the DIT's working environment and the equipment they need to succeed.

#grading#color theory#colorist#dit#dit cart#on-set colour correction#luts
Extreme Colour Grading

January 17, 2013, 07:36 AM


We can't bring you every showreel that we see here at RedShark. Many of them are amazing but, honestly, that's what YouTube is for. But what we do like to do is bring you clips that illustrate a point that we think is important, and this one does it nicely.

Color Grading Peter Jackson Movies

January 11, 2013, 10:53 AM


Colour Grading The Lord of The Rings and King Kong A few more youtube gems of color grading Peter Jackson’s epic The Lord of The Rings and also King Kong. These have been taken from the extras on the LoTR box...

#grading#color#lord of the rings#king kong
Technicolor at CES 2013

January 9, 2013, 08:31 PM


Videomaker awards Technicolor a Spotlight Award for CineStyle Color Assist! We know Technicolor for its Hollywood name recognition, now many consumers can experience great color correction with CineStyle Color Assist. For $99 the styling is presented in an easy to follow interface and includes 25 CineStyle Looks, presets designed by professional colorists. The real magic will come with your own color grading and non-destructive corrections.

Colorworks Grades - Man with the Iron Fists

November 28, 2012, 07:56 PM


Colorworks provided color grading services for Universal's The Man With the Iron Fists, the action-adventure film directed by RZA. Senior colorist Trent Johnson describes the look of the film, shot in China by cinematographer Chi Ying Chan, as lush and rich, in keeping with the style of classic Chinese martial arts films of the '70s and '80s.

Which Color Grading Monitor Should I Buy?

November 26, 2012, 09:26 PM


Discover which color grading monitor is right for you. In this roundup of color grading resources we show you where to get the best info on reference monitors from leading professional colorists.

LipSync Post invests in Blackmagic Design Videohub

November 21, 2012, 05:03 PM


As part of LipSync Post's recent investment program, the full-service post-production facility has installed a Blackmagic Videohub 288 routing switcher to connect and manage the increasing amount of post-production equipment, including LipSync's recently purchased Baselight grading suites.

Boris TV Episode 160: Speed Up Your Color Grading

November 14, 2012, 09:04 PM


BCC Videoscope is a powerful tool for ensuring broadcast safe color levels at any stage of your project. In this video tutorial, Kevin P. McAuliffe shows you how to set up BCC Videoscope's waveform monitor and illustrates the filter's Zebra Pattern and Magenta settings for highlighting areas in your footage that are not broadcast safe.

Colour Grading Workflows

November 7, 2012, 12:55 PM


Resolve 9 R3D Grading Workflow Markus Wellguny shares his dailies, editorial and final conform workflow in his guest post on Ninofilm.net. If you’re about to begin work on a R3D project and want to be able to grade from you...

#workflow#color grading#red#grading#color#colour#r3d
Preparing for a Grading Session

November 3, 2012, 11:18 AM


Questions to ask during the Creative Brief Patrick Inhofer from Taoofcolor.com is (hurricane Sandy not withstanding) about to release his grade along training series in which you get to grade an 8 minute horror film for yourself...

#grading#patrick inhofer#color

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