Color Grading

This post was inspired by Matt over at Normal Hill Studio today, we were talking about color correction and grading and it occurred to me that I had created a side-by-side comparison of the raw footage and the final grade of Wristbands.  So, I figured I should share it with y’all so you could see exactly how much coloring went into the final film.

When you watch the original film, it feels dirty and gross, but I don’t feel that you notice the green hue as much without the juxtaposition.  Try and cover the Raw side for a few seconds and you’ll see what I mean.

Anyway, thanks for reading and watching, I’m hoping to pull off a few more projects this fall so keep an eye out!

Jobs and Documentary Work

I have been really busy as of late with freelance and otherwise, so let’s hop right in there.

As many of you saw in the last post, I have been working on a freelance editing project that has taken up a lot of my time.  At the same time, though, I have been assisting in filming a documentary with one of my former professors (Denise Bennett).  I don’t want to talk too much about what the documentary is about focusing rather on the interesting aspects of filming it.  If you would like to know more about the project, please visit Denise’s blog HERE. Continue reading “Jobs and Documentary Work”