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Create Your Own LUTs in Just a Few Clicks with fyl

November 24, 2021, 08:32 AM


Filming in a flat picture profile can be a blessing as it opens up endless possibilities for creative grading yet at the same time can look really bad if done wrong. Each and every one of us has our own way of grading. Some will rely on free or paid downloaded LUTs, others will use third-party plug-ins to their NLE or grade from within their editing platform. All ways are legit, but I wanted to share with you what I’m currently using to successfully create my own LUTs in just a few clicks with...

HENRI, a modern directors viewfinder from Leitz

November 23, 2021, 08:36 AM


Available with different colors to choose from for the Leitz lettering on the backcap, the Leitz HENRI directors viewfinder brings the image to you quickly in an innovative and intuitive way. Announced almost one year ago, on December 2020, the Leitz HENRI directors viewfinder is finally available, and you can order it from any of [...]Read More...

First 'FilmLight Colour Awards' presented in London

November 19, 2021, 08:45 AM


LONDON — The winners of the first FilmLight Colour Awards (www.filmlight.ltd.uk) were announced last Sunday, November 14th, during EnergaCamerimage. The ceremony included a panel discussion with several of the winners in attendance, along with others joining online.

A24's The Humans graded at Harbor

November 19, 2021, 08:45 AM


Senior colorist Roman Hankewycz of Harbor graded A24’s new feature film The Humans using DaVinci Resolve Studio and a DaVinci Resolve Advanced Panel. Hitting theaters and Showtime on November 24th, the film follows patriarch Erik Blake and his family as they gather to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter’s apartment in lower Manhattan.

fylm.ai: AI color grading in the cloud

November 19, 2021, 08:44 AM


fylm.ai has released its cloud-based AI color grading tool, following its beta announcement earlier this year.

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November 18, 2021, 11:12 AM


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Mark Todd Osborne Added to Colorist Society Board

November 17, 2021, 08:23 AM


The Colorist Society (CSI) has named veteran colorist Mark Todd Osborne to its board of directors. Osborne is a Los Angeles-based senior colorist with more than 200 film and television credits. As a board member, he will be involved governing, managing and planning for the organization. He will also act as an ambassador for CSI to other industry organizations and the wider pro community. Continue reading → November 16, 2021 The post Mark Todd Osborne Added to Colorist Society Board appeared fi...

The truth about colour. This is stuff every film-maker should know about.

November 17, 2021, 08:23 AM


Replay: Guest author John Clark of Berlin Picture Company explores why there's so little consistency of colour across broadcast platforms and what the industry may need to remedy the problem.

How to Colorize Clones With a Python Effector in C4D

November 16, 2021, 08:08 AM


Expresso Mechanic TV looks at the color array and how to color clones within a Cloner. A new installment of Python Bytes sees Expresso Mechanic TV showing how to alter the color of clones within a cloner

My Kingdom for Some Color Bars

November 15, 2021, 08:25 AM


In a former life, video deliverables were on videotape and no one seriously used the internet for any mission-critical media projects. TVs and high-quality video monitors used essentially the same display technology and standards. Every videotape started with SMPTE color bars used as a reference to set up the playback of the tape deck. Monitors […]

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