Film color Grading
Color grading is the process of altering and enhancing the color of a motion picture, video image, or still image either electronically, photo-chemically or digitally. The photo-chemical process is also referred to as color timing and is typically performed at a photographic laboratory.
- Understanding color spaces - 1. Understanding the color workflow for photography vs. design and web 2. Setting up a digital camera for the best image results 3. Choosing a monitor 4. Calibrating a display using ColorMunki or i1Pro 2 5. Choosing color settings in Photoshop 6. Understanding color workflow in raw processing applications 7. Creating a custom printer profile 8. Soft-proofing images for printing on your own printer and for sending to a lab.
- What is a lookup table? - 1. Applying corrective LUTs 2. Applying LUTs for style 3. Creating custom LUTs 4. Working with LUTs in cross-application workflows 5. Managing your LUT library and presets.
- Opening and configuring scopes - 1. Evaluating color, contrast, and balance with a waveform 2. Evaluating skin tone and saturation with a vectorscope 3. Using RGB Parade or the Histogram 4. Matching shots using scopes 5. Guiding look development with scopes.
- Building a Revolve system - 1. Comparing Resolve and Resolve Lite 2. Tweaking preferences for better performance 3. Getting clips, timelines, and projects into Resolve 4. Editing footage in Resolve 5. Evaluating images like a colorist 6. Working with serial nodes 7. Making contrast and color adjustments 8. Making targeted secondary corrections with keys and shapes 9. Creating looks with third-party plugins 10. Matching shots 11. Rendering, delivering, and archiving footage
- Element panel
- Davincy resolve
- Di Artist
- Color Corrector
- 4 Months.
- IAO (Specialized)
- +2 (Pass / Fail)
- SSLC (Pass / Fail)