Archive for the ‘Colour Grading’ Category

Getting Cheesy with the Sony FS7

First published at NewsShooter   I recently got my hands a prototype Sony FS7 for a whole weekend > Read The Full Article

One-Way Trip with Resolve 10

The concept of "Round-Tripping" a project between different software packages for finishing has been with us for a few years now. In a sense, it always has been in some form or another. I remember the excitement of walking into the telecine suite with selected neg rolls of film and an EDL for the colour grade, which then had to be re-conformed in an edit suite. Now we have just experienced the "one-way trip" with DaVinci Resolve 10 on a real project with a tight deadline... and it's great. > Read The Full Article

“The Island House” – Making The Book Trailer

Behind the scenes of making the Book Trailer for the Posie Graeme-Evans novel "The Island House" > Read The Full Article

Sony F5 & F55 Test Footage

I was lucky enough to recently have the chance to do some hands on testing of the prototypes of the Sony > Read The Full Article

“Loved Ones” TVC – Colour Grade in Resolve 9

The charity  for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service is the first full project colour graded at The > Read The Full Article

Atomos Samurai Review

Atomos follows it's HDMI Ninja with the HD-SDI powerhouse Samurai in the the same shell. Giving a whole raft of professional cameras a new lease on life by adding the option of low-compression, 10-Bit ProRes 422 recording. We put the Samurai through it's paces in the field. > Read The Full Article

The Secret World of Colour Correction

Why is colour correction hard? You might be surprised to learn that it's actually a lifetime of thinking we understand colours that often stops us from taking effective control of an image. > Read The Full Article

All Digital Feature Film Workflow

A detailed look at a camera-to-cinema digital workflow for the feature film "Blue Lies". > Read The Full Article

Giving “All Saints” A Facelift

Ben Allan ACS recounts the once in a lifetime opportunity to do a complete visual make over of a long running, top rating, primetime TV drama series. > Read The Full Article