Colour Grading

http://www.hurlbutvisuals.com/blog/2012/01/7-tips-for-hd-color-correction-and-dslr-color-correction/

 

Even though I did not Grade my 5 – 7 minute film myself, it is something that I do not know much about and so I took the opportunity to learn about Colour Grading. The above website was particularly helpful and I studied it for a long time. I hope that from what I have learnt from the article, I can input more into the Major Project film, Contract. I spoke with both the Director and the Colour Gradist after the shoot, where it was decided between us – Use deep colors for the scene that the lead character (Ian) kills someone (Stranger). We would make use of yellow, green and red for a high visual impact and for emotional purposes. Also, we’d make use of colors which contrast, reflecting the tension of the whole scene and the inner struggle of Ian.

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