From: Myron Ort (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jan 24 2011 - 18:33:19 PST
Thanks Sam. Good idea! I will bring the Brakhage dvds for sure, it
will be a good edgamakation for them. I have resolved that I will
need to do scene by scene corrections rather than expect some kind
of " best light" equivalent. I have used quite a range of "painting"
techniques and materials and they each may need their own tweaking.
I (and my computer assistant) have definitely decided to stick with
On Jan 24, 2011, at 5:23 PM, Sam Wells wrote:
> Hi Myron I've supervised quite a few but now prefer to do my own
> Yes you can store specific grades (and variations of grades on an
> individual scene,
> they can be applied to other scenes etc etc..
> Try & get a meet / demo with the colorist you'll be using; scope
> Bring examples (new BY Brakhage DVD for instance)
> A flat grade to ProResHQ as per Rob is the probably the best DIY
> choice here...
> Get what you want, don't settle.
> I find usually they know cinema pretty well, some don't know specifics
> of film emulsions
> as well as they might....
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