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  1. Coding of sensory information changes depending on the stimulation and the environment. Visual adaptation is a highly dynamic process, and we are continuously adapting to the current viewing context. It is continuously regulating our perception and visual experience. Understanding the process of adaptation will tell us not only about our visual system but also about the natural world, because adaptation is highly optimised for natural images. FilmLight Image Engineer Daniele Siragusano will try to put this topic into the context of content creation and colour grading for multi-delivery projects:
  2. With Martin Tlaskal, FilmLight. In this final segment, explore the new input versioning feature in Baselight. Input versioning – either via filenames or making use of the Open Clip XML format – means that a scene can be updated with new versions of shots, providing massive time savings in quick-turnaround VFX jobs where new versions are constantly arriving:
  3. The free 'Colour On Stage' seminar hosted by FilmLight will include two days of live presentations that look at the interaction between colourists, directors, DPs and DITs. To view the programme and register to a session: https://www.colouronstage.com
  4. In Part 1, FilmLight's Daniele Siragusano explained the theoretical foundation of Baselight's next-generation texture tools. In Part 2, Colourist Andy Minuth puts these tools to practical use. He covers all of the features based on FilmLight's advanced frequency separation techniques: Texture Equaliser, Texture Highlight and Texture Blend. Andy showcases real-world examples and explains why the colourist community has adopted them so quickly. To watch Part 2 with Andy Minuth: To watch Part 1 Daniele Siragusano :
  5. Save the date... NAB2019 Colour Day. Monday 8 April. Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel Leading colourists will present their individual journeys in colour, as well as the creative tips they have honed over successful careers – all live on Baselight. The colourist lineup includes… Doug Delaney from Technicolor, who recently graded Captain Marvel, Andrea Chlebak and Laura Jans Fazio of Deluxe, and Oxido’s Fernando Medellin, who will explain his grading approach on high-end beauty commercials and his work on the upcoming HDR Netflix show Monarca. They'll be joined by FilmLight colour experts Daniele Siragusano and Andy Minuth. This intensive day of live presentations and practical discussions is designed to guide colourists, DoPs and the wider production and post industry through the opportunities and challenges of modern colour pipelines, via demonstrations of the exceptional colour management and finishing toolset in the latest version of FilmLight’s colour grading system, Baselight v5. Full details will be available soon. Pre-register now for early access to booking – just fill out the form to the right: https://www.filmlight.ltd.uk/news/events/20190408_nab.php
  6. Post Control and FilmLight invite you to a new workshop on look development and colour space management with Prelight. This workshop will start at 6pm, and will cover: Presentation and Q&A on colour space management with FilmLight's Thomas Eberschveiler. Demonstration of Prelight, plus live exchange of looks/BLG grades between Prelight and Baselight, with Pentti Keskimäki, Colourist F.S.C. at Post Control. Pentti will also show his favourite tools in the colour grading system - including some of the new features the upcoming Baselight 5.0 release. Entry to this event is free but you must register. For more information, and to register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/look-d...nesday-29-march-2017-registration-32438879562
  7. Learn some great grading techniques by The Mill's senior colorist Damien Van Der Cruyssen. He's incredible talented, and in this Lowepost article he talks about his work on the 'Encounter' spot by Calvin Klein. Damien is specialized in setting distinctive looks for luxury brands, and is also well versed in long-form grading.
  8. the movie is set in the period 1980's. its about a highway robber who robs from the moving trucks. 80% of the movie was shot in the night on highways extensively. it was a challenge to light the scenario involved with moving trucks. shot with Red MX and post done on Baselight. Check it out and share ur opinions. thanks Rajavel
  9. Hi all, im from india. the cost of DI in Baslight for 2 hour movie shot on Red Epic is around 30000 US doller. i want to know whats the cost like in other country.
  10. Hello - I'm in the process of finishing up a documentary that I shot last year. I'm almost at picture lock and it's time for me to start thinking about color correcting and grading my project. My film was shot on two different film stocks, Kodak's 50D 7203 and 500T 7219. Both films were processed normal and were given a flat pass telecine on a Baselight system to HD ProRes422HQ files. I've tried some correction tests with this footage and I am having a devil of a time getting everything to balance out. The transfer is obviously lacking in contrast, and when I try to correct that it knocks the color and saturation all out of whack. According to the scopes I am using (inside color and FCP) I have to drop the blacks way down and stretch the whites and the midtones way up in order for the spread to register correctly. In fact, it seems to take too much correction to add contrast to my footage. Is this the case? Am I doing to do much? I'm turning to you guys for some help and advice. Right now I'm not worried about grading the footage - just correcting it so it doesn't look flat. Below are some screen grabs from my project which should give you a good idea of what I'm dealing with. If you have any suggestions or comments please feel free to share them with me. I'm also happy to provide more screen grabs or answer any questions if you think it will help. Here's some shots from the 50D footage, all take in full sun around f16. http://www.flickr.com/photos/25291579@N00/9007383279/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/25291579@N00/9007384281/ Here's some shots for the 500T footage. Two were shot under fluorescent light at around f2, the last was shot using a practical tungsten fixture at around f4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/25291579@N00/9007385761/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/25291579@N00/9008568480/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/25291579@N00/9007388485/ I should mention that these screen grabs appear much darker than my actual footage. The blacks are not as strong in the 7219 footage as shown here, but they are very strong in the 7203 footage and these stills make them look even darker. I should also mention that this project will most likely be corrected using Apple's Color. Thanks in advance for your help, Aaron Martin
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