Color Grading of all types of film
When a film production comes to an end, the finished cut film is sent to a dedicated colorist who does the final finishing of the film.
Color grading is decisive for how the film is perceived visually. The colorist can choose to emphasize or reduce parts of the image surface to evoke emotions in the viewers. The task can also be to neutralize the difference between clips from different cameras, recording locations or deviant lighting to give the film a uniform image. In the end, it's about creating a consistent feeling that strengthens and aligns with the film's story.
My relationship with color grading has deepened over the past few years and I have learned industry leading Davinci Resolve to bring my ideas to life. Today I can offer dedicated color grading as an add-on to companies that want to take their film production to the next level.
I take inspiration from other films to find replicate a look that creates the right feel for our film.
Log - Rec.709
The raw material is converted and white balanced before final grade is applied.
A main look is created and worked with to get a consistent look throughout the film.