Why having a proper studio so important for Color Grading?
Common Mistake: A real studio costs 100s of thousands of $$$
Disclaimer: No, I don’t color grade under these lights. This is strictly for the photo. 😀
That couldn’t be far from the truth. What’s missing from the aforementioned statement is the knowledge and the experience.
Now that’s the part that doesn’t come easy. I learned it by years of failures. Massive trials and errors. Literally 10s of thousands of $$$ wasted on bad purchases.
It all sounds miserable but I am thankful to have gone through it to come out wiser and seasoned.
Now anytime my friends or family are buying anything related to technology, I am the first person they call.
The thing I take a lot of pride in is that I don’t ever like to be bi-partisan. I will give it to you straight. It’s either right or wrong. Stuff is binary, let’s keep it that way. There is plenty of choices out there to confuse you anyways.
In the STUDIO Module of my Masterclass, I take you through step by step guide to building your dream studio regardless of your budget.
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My goal is to give you the most practical setup that will ensure efficiency in your work and that directly translates to more clients and eventually $$$.
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WHY YOU MUST KNOW COLOR GRADING?
If you wanna work on high-end commercials, feature films, and those viral music videos then you need to know color grading.
Color Grading is where you get to be more than just a “fix it in post” guy or girl.
This is where you as a colorist become a storyteller and there is nothing more satisfying than that.
This is where Color goes from technical and making sure everything is set up right to break the rules and push the limits. Thinking outside the box is rewarded greatly when color grading.
This is where you build long term relationships with directors and be their go-to colorist. You are a Cinematographer in Post. Every Director has their DP and every Director has their Colorist.
Most importantly, that's when you start making the big bucks. Color Grading is one of the highest paying jobs in post-production.
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"No Country for Old Men" (2007).
•Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen
•Cinematography: Roger Deakins
•Production Design: Jess Gonchor
•Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh
•Costume Design: Mary Zophres
•Colorist: Michael Hatzer
•Make-up and Hair: Jean A. Black, Paul LeBlanc, Christien Tinsley
As a cinema and movie enthusiast, I strongly believe that colours plays an important role in setting the mood of a scene and the entire movie. Being a film editor and DI colourist, it's always important to study and practice colour grading for better understanding of colour science.
Being passionate about colours, I have started #colourstudybyHasunesh series to study how my colour grading would look and affect on visuals done by various passionated filmmakers around the world.
Study 11: Malare (Music Video)
Malare is a music video from the Malayalam film titled Premam which was released in 2015. Directed by @puthrenalphonse and produced by @anwarrasheed.
P.S: All colours suggested are only personal preference. No additional colour degrade applied for screenshots. Stock screenshot rights reserved by respective content producers and owners.