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  1. Hi, I am selling my Avid Artist Color grading panel. It was used once for one project and I never even got round to removing the plastic protectors from the screen. The only reason I am selling is that I now work for a facility and so very rarely work from home. I used it with Davinci Resolve on both iMac and Macbook Pro and really enjoyed using it. I contacted Blackmagic at the time for a button mapping guide which I can also provide. It was bought from B+H on a trip to the US and is in mint condition. I am based in London and will offer free shipping within the UK or if you are in London we could arrange a collection/delivery. It comes with: - Panel - 3 x balls - Ethernet Cable - Power cable If needed these can also be provided at no extra cost: - Anker Gigabit Ethernet to USB 3 adaptor - US plug I do still own the original box but if needed it would have to be supplied at a later date as it is in storage. The price is £1000 with free UK shipping. Happy to find out international shipping costs if needed though. Can be paid for with a bank transfer or Paypal. If you'd like to know any more or see better quality photos please let me know! Happy to email more images. Thanks,
  2. Hi To preface this post: I apologise if this is not the place to be posting my work. I had a brief hunt on this forum for a set of dos-and-don'ts, but couldn't find one (further apologies if I'm just being dense). I have spent the last few months (on-and-off) colour grading my latest short film - shot on 4K with a RED Epic camera - to be ready for festivals. I would really appreciate feedback from any sets of better-trained eyes as to how I've done, and if I could do better before sending it out. I use Magic Bullet Looks because it's cheap and accessible for a first-time grader like myself. I don't actually use the 'look' presets. First, I went through each clip in the timeline, correcting the levels and adjusted the midtones so the skin tones matched the memory colours, then I stared grading in earnest. Here's the link - it's an unlisted Youtube link, so PLEASE do not share it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SStHFzc2ww To be more specific about feedback: I'd like to know if you think the colouring looks appropriate throughout the film, if there are any moments where you notice a mistake or problem, especially if it detracts from your enjoyment/immersion in the story. And for those who wonder why I didn't just hire a skilled colourist - I wish! This was a student project for my Masters dissertation. No money to hire a decent colourist, and whilst I know there are talented individuals out there willing to work for free, there are also plenty of amateurs. As an amateur myself, at least I have the creative control to go back and start again if it's no good the first time. Many, many thanks to anyone who can spare the time to help me out.
  3. Hey everyone, I work for Central, a DI facility in Vancouver, and together with FilmLight and Dolby we're hosting an event in November about our work on Neill Blomkamp's Elysium. We'll be discussing our approach to VFX integration, using the ACES colour workflow, as well as some creative insight from our colourist, Andrea Chlebak, on creating the look. Elysium: Crafting the Future in DI November 14th, 6:30 to 9:30 @ Vancity Theatre RSVP and additional information on our Eventbrite page: http://elysiumcraftingthefuturevancouver.eventbrite.com/ Thanks! -Alex
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