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  1. 10 NEW FEATURES in DaVinci Resolve 16 BETA 2 In this video, I will share my top 10 favorite features that are newly added with the latest BETA 2 update in R16. If you are on the fence and need a nudge to upgrade to Resolve 16, this video might do the trick. FULL VIDEO When you are plowing through 100s, sometimes 1000s of shots a day, time is the most important factor in determining your success or failure. The features you will see in this video will help you save a significant amount of time and make you a much more efficient colorist. Reply and let me know if you found these features helpful. And guys, I will be giving away a FREE Powergrade. Watch the video to find out more. As always, I do my best to make these videos entertaining and fun to watch.
  2. Colorist Aidan Stanford has joined Keep Me Posted (KMP), a FotoKem company specializing in creative and technical episodic post-production services. In his role as senior colorist, Stanford builds upon Fotokem’s roster of creative talent that serves episodic and feature projects. With over 25 years of experience, Stanford brings unique expertise including proficiencies on color grading systems. His experience ranges from photochemical color timing to digital color grading and includes DI, broadcast, commercials and shorts. His varied background includes color timing 65mm film for LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (IMAX 2002 restoration/release); the DI, HDR and all video deliverables for the Oscar-winning GET OUT; and multiple seasons of Emmy Award-winning television series. His credits include the features HAPPY DEATH DAY, INSIDIOUS 4 and BENJI and his episodic credits include MODERN FAMILY, DRUNK HISTORY, YOU’RE THE WORST and FRESH OFF THE BOAT. Stanford noted, “No other facility offers the breadth of service for filmmakers that is available within the FotoKem family of companies. There is a dedication to customers and a meticulous approach to the work that is in perfect sync with my own. KMP is a highly respected facility, and I am delighted to join the talented team here.” Mike Brodersen, FotoKem’s Chief Strategy Officer, commented on the addition of Stanford to the creative services team. “Aidan brings a deep knowledge of film, an artistic eye and a keen technical ability to help our creative customers bring their vision to reality. His comprehensive skill set in combination with his expertise in color have made him a trusted collaborator with many filmmakers and show runners. We are delighted to have him on our team.”
  3. Technicolor 2 Strip technique Do you use this technique, guys? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtnJIFWGJHI
  4. In a new premium article supervising colorist Scott Klein (Warner Bros) talks in detail about his technical and creative work on the Fox megahit “Empire” and about his collaboration with Cinematographer Paul Sommers. Enjoy!
  5. Company 3's Paul Ensby is widely regarded as one of London’s top colorists, and in this article he talks about his work with Romeo & Juliet. Paul has a very impressive list of feature film credits, including 'Kingdom of Heaven', 'Amy', 'Hanna' and Guy Ritchie's 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E' that soon will be added to the Lowepost premium collection.
  6. 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.
  7. Hey guys, I just installed DaVinci Resolve 12 (Lite Version) on my laptop, and I've noticed something when importing clips - on playback in the Edit and Color tabs, the clips have a flickering strobe of different colors. Is this something to do with my graphics? And if so, is there anything I can change to get rid of this issue? Here are my basic specs: HP Envy Laptop CPU: intel Core i5 Platform: Windows 10 Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520 RAM: 12GB Thanks a lot!
  8. What is the workflow of a colorist? Are they handed a rough cut or the final cut of the film. Like where in the process of making a film do they do their work?
  9. I have a Cinemaquest Ideal-Lume Pro bias light to sell. It's in mint condition. My son used it a few times and maybe has 10 hours on the bulb. I bought it new for $379 and still have the original packaging to ship it in. I'd like to get $325 for it plus shipping. Let me know if anyone's interested. Thank you.
  10. Hello all, I am in my final year of studying film production and I am currently doing research about cinematography and color grading. I am trying to find out more about the collaboration/ workflow between the DP and the Colorist and the issues regarding the authority over the look. I am also looking into whether new, aspiring cinematographers should be their own colorists. I was wondering if you could please share your opinions about this from your experiences so far. As a Cinematographer, how were your collaborations with Colorists ? (and vice-versa). What can DPs/Colorists do to ensure they can work together successfully? If you are working both as a Cinematographer and a Colorist, why did you choose to have both roles and how difficult was the transition from cinematography to color grading? Your help would be much appreciated!
  11. Kodak Panel to Focus on the Modern Film Workflow BYDGOSZCZ, Poland - Kodak will host an in-depth conversation with Lol Crawley, BSC and colorist Greg Fisher on November 20 during Camerimage, the international film festival of cinematography. The discussion will focus on the process of choosing an origination format and how that translates to post, as well as address ways to control the look from camera to screen in today's multi-format landscape. Clips from Crawley's award-winning films will be shown, including Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and Ballast, along with a sneak-peek at his upcoming project. Paul Collard, VP of Film & Digital Services at Deluxe in London, will moderate the session, which takes place at the Opera Nova. A UK native, Crawley's extensive credits include Hyde Park on the Hudson, Four Lions and On the Ice. He won the Cinematography Award at Sundance in 2008 for his work on Ballast. Fisher is based at CO3 London. He has worked on such features as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Hugo, Gravity, and World War Z. Prior to joining CO3, he honed his craft on regional features and commercials at Digital Film Lab, Denmark and Digital Film Finland. "Film remains a strong preference for many filmmakers, and we're excited to hear what these talented artists have to say about creating powerful visual stories," says Kodak's Sam Clark. "We have received tremendous support from the industry this year, making it possible for us to extend the life of film. Through this session, the audience at the festival will take away several compelling reasons that continue to make film a viable choice for creative, technical and economic reasons." For more information about Camerimage, visit www.camerimage.pl, and for more on Kodak motion picture films, go to www.kodak.com/go/motion.
  12. We are a private and non profit Fan-Film Project, based on the popular TV series Stargate. Our Fan-Film is produced in Brandenburg (East Germany), near Frankfurt an der Oder. We are currently looking for reinforcement in the area of Post-Processing. These include: - 4K Textures - 3D Matte Painting - Compositing - Rotoscoping - Color Grading The whole film is cut a length of 25 minutes and is based in two languages ​​German and English. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stargatesf.de A Premiere for the Film is planned on the Fedcon in Düsseldorf. (http://www.fedcon.de/en/) The Deadline for the Project we have planned for The 19 of May. The Project achieved no profits with this Film. This Film is being implemented by Fans for Fans. A fee can not be paid, that Material can be later use as a Reel and of course there are Credits in the Film. This Film is then nationwide and around the World go around in the Scifiction scene. That's why I created the film bilingual in German and English. If you are interested in helping us, Contact us here or under the following email adress:puerto-tabako@web.de The Special Forces Team
  13. Hello! Here is my long overdue new reel as a cinematographer, "junior" DIT and colorist. I hope you'll enjoy it: www.guillaumecottin.com/reel Do not hesitate to comment, I would love to have feedback and constructive criticism from experienced people. For jobs / availability or any other question, please email me at: guillaume@guillaumecottin.com Thanks! :-) G.C.
  14. I'm working on 2 docs and would like to find a good colorist to work with. We're primarily shooting on a Sony NEX FS100. Thanks! drapershreeve@yahoo.com
  15. I'm working on 2 docs and would like to find a good colorist to work with. We're primarily shooting on a Sony NEX FS100. Thanks! drapershreeve@yahoo.com
  16. These are a few stills and a link to the trailer of the latest film I was Director of Photography and Colorist for. Would love for some good critical feedback on lighting, tone and color! 24fps @ 1920x840 transferred to DCP 2K [2.39] for projection CAMERA: Canon T2i TRAILER: Lune Bateaux Pictures -- Muffet -Joshua
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