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Mill Colour Assist Highlights June 2021

June 2, 2021, 09:07 AM

We caught up with our Mill Colour assists to discuss their latest and greatest grades, and the passion projects they have been working on. Check out what they had to say below.

Falcon Eyes F7 ii Pockelite vs Aputure MC | RGBW LED Light Review

March 30, 2021, 09:47 AM

Learn how to create THE PERFECT COMPLIMENTARY COLOR CONTRAST to any scene! Falcon Eyes updated the Pocketlite F7 to version 2 and it now works with their DeSal Lite iPhone app. Find out how it measures up against the Aputure MC LED light in this week’s Creative Video Tip!

#rgb light#rgb light review#falcon eyes
And It Was All Yellow: The Color Theory of TV Graphics

March 29, 2021, 08:45 AM

One of the finer comforts in life is settling in to binge-watch some old sitcoms. Maybe you’ve got some tea. Maybe you’re panini-pressed under a weighted blanket. But one thing’s for sure (or at least, it’s very likely): the title card of your binge-du-jour is probably yellow. Gilligan’s Island? Yellow. Taxi? Yellow. Laverne & Shirley? Cheers? M*A*S*H? All yellow, baby.

#color theory#tv#yellow
Colorist Mixer 2020 Video Recordings

March 22, 2021, 08:55 AM

COVID meant no NAB or IBC shows in 2020, and therefore no in-person Mixers. But we were very happy to welcome 600 attendees to our first virtual Mixer in December. We had brilliant speakers providing insights on all aspects of the industry – you can now watch the videos of these sessions below for free.

Shadow Play: The Art and History of Cinematic Chiaroscuro

March 19, 2021, 09:43 AM

Don’t reach for the silk doublet or the overabundant bowl of grapes just yet. Chiaroscuro isn’t that fancy. At its most basic, the term describes the use of high contrast lighting to simulate depth on a 2D surface. The word even contains its own definition: “chiaro” means light, and “oscuro” means dark. Easy peasy.

Webinar: LAPPG to present The Alienist colorist Ju

March 10, 2021, 02:03 PM

LOS ANGELES — On Wednesday, March 10th, the Los Angeles Post Production Group will host LightBender founder and colorist Juan Cabrera, CSI, who will discuss his color grading and finishing workflow for the second season of TNT’s The Alienist: Angel of Darkness. The Zoom webinar will take place at 5pm (PST) and will detail how Cabrera built a non-destructive and efficient finishing pipeline that allowed him to be both agile and flexible throughout the whole process. His work included con...

FXPHD - Resolve 17 Insights

March 10, 2021, 02:01 PM

“It’s the first time I have done a course just on the new features. Resolve 17 is a big update for colorists so I have highlighted the back up procedure of your current database followed by insights on how to use the new big ticket tools plus some smaller features you might have missed. It is a great option if you are a current Resolve user but have been too busy to look at the upgrade options. Find out if it is an upgrade for you?”

The Importance of Color for Video Creators Episode

January 19, 2021, 01:47 PM

Color is a critical component for all video creators. Color can elicit emotion, set the tone and amplify your message. Color needs to be understood both creatively and technically to have maximum impact.

Sight, Sound & Story: Live "Making the Grade: Col

December 29, 2020, 02:08 PM

Sight, Sound & Story: Live "Making the Grade: Color in TV & Film" Moderator: Jason Druss (Senior Colorist at WarnerMedia Studios) Panelists: Élodie Ichter ("The Irishman," "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood," "The Maze Runner") & Stephen Nakamura ("X-Men: Days of Future Past," "The Martian," "Prometheus") Inside Episode VI: The contribution of the colorist in film goes beyond just making the scenes and images look good. A great colorist will draw the audience's eye to w...

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