Color Correction for Video: Using Desktop Tools to Perfect Your Image / Edition 2

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Overview

Use color to improve your storytelling, deliver critical emotional cues, and add impact to you videos. This book shows you how to analyze color correction problems and solve them- whatever NLE or plugin you use.

Experienced editors and colorists in their own right, the authors also include the wisdom of top colorists, directors of photography, and color scientists to deliver this insightful and authoritative presentation of the theory and practice of color correction.

The book provides technical insight into how to effectively color correct your video, also delving into how color can impact storytelling and deliver critical emotional cues. The new edition also includes 2 new "Quickstart Tutorials", a new chapter on how color impacts storytelling, information on the impact HD has had on the correcting process, and updated application specifications. The companion DVD features new and more robust tutorial media.


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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"Whether you are a film student working on an Avid, a motion graphics student working with After Effects or Final Cut Pro, a professional using a da Vinci 2K, you need this book. Wonderfully structured and illustrated, this book is unique in its approach and focus and will provide invaluable insights on the art of color correction. The design of the book has improved ten-fold, providing tips, tutorials and glossary terms in support of important concepts. As a bonus, the DVD includes video tutorials and sample exercise files. I look forward to working with this new edition of Color Correction in my broadcast design and motion graphics classes."—Dominique Mertens Elliott, Professor of Broadcast Design and Motion Graphics at Savannah College of Art and Design

"A serious overview of color grading for moving images.The new edition has been expanded by about a third with the addition of a quickstart chapter, beefed-up chapters on tool concepts and advanced tutorials, and infusions of advice from color experts throughout."—AETutsplus.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780240810782
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 12/5/2008
  • Series: DV Expert Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 296
  • Sales rank: 1,245,273
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Steve Hullfish produces and edits trailers, TV spots, promos and DVDs through his company, Verascope Pictures, which serves high-end clients: Universal Studios, NBC Television, HIT Entertainment, Jim Henson Entertainment, VeggieTales and others. His 22 years of producing and editing TV shows and spots have garnered many national awards, including a national Emmy as part of the editing team of the Oprah Winfrey Show. He has co-written three other books including "Color Correction for Digital Video," "Avid XpressPro On the Spot," and "The Avid XpressPro Editing Workshop." He has also written for DV magazine.
Jaime Fowler is the director and creator of Film CampTM (www.filmcamp.com), a controversial learning program where supervised student editors complete low-budget independent feature films. He has been a film and video editor for over 20 years. As a freelance editor, he edited trailers/promotionals for Warner Brothers, Tri-Star, and Lightstorm. He has completed documentaries for director James Cameron, including Under Pressure: The Making of the Abyss, The Making of T2, and edited several seasons of Jeopardy! for Merv Griffin/Sony. The editor for seven Emmy-winning television programs and one of the developers of Avid's Emmy-winning Multicam®, Jaime is a well-experienced editor who has served as an editing consultant for over 30 national sitcoms, several major motion pictures, and the Sundance Filmmakers Lab.

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Table of Contents

QuickStart Guide to Primary Color Correction; QuickStart Guide to Secondary Color Correction; Setting up your monitor and viewing environment; Creative use of Waveform and Vectorscopes; Analyzing video using alternative methods; Introduction to Primary Color Correction - (with multiple apps); An advanced look at Primary Color Correction; Introduction to Secondary Color Correction - (with multiple apps); An advanced look at Secondary Color Correction; Telling the story with Color Correction; Matching shots; Giving video a Look; Color Theory; A Brief history of color correction; Index of color correction hardware, applications and plugins

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