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How to Color Grade Video in Photoshop

If you come from a photography background and video coloring tools look intimidating – coloring footage in Photoshop may be a better way to coloring your motion footage.  Jaron Schneider shows you how: I decided to share this with you all after the other staff members mentioned they didn’t even know this was an option in Photoshop. Read MoreRead More

Editorial to Color Grading from a Colorist’s POV

Robbie Carmen explains the relationship a post colorist should have with the editorial staff. Like every part of postproduction, there is no such thing as “too much” communication between an editor and colorist (or other post team members for that matter). I’ve seen projects crash and burn over simple miscommunications between an editor and a Read MoreRead More

Creating the “Michael Bay Sky” in Adobe After Effects

In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe breaks down how to create the cool lens filter effect that Michael Bay uses in almost all of his movies. Although in most cases this effect is created "in-camera", there are reasons you would want to do the effect in post. Once you see how to create this effect, Read MoreRead More

Color grading WORLD WAR Z

Captured on ARRI ALEXAs World War Z maintains several looks to evoke specific moods as Brad Pitt’s character moves from place to place in his zombie-battling endeavors. DI colorist Adam Glasman of Company 3, London, talks with Arri about grading the film. What was the overall approach to grading WWZ? It was obviously a very Read MoreRead More

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