Provides direct access to the skills, insights and techniques of some of the postproduction industry's most prominent digital video colorists, delivering practical skills to the postproduction pro seeking to improve their color grading craft. The author interviews and observes 8 professional colorists as they grade a series of real world video images, describing the methods and techniques each artist uses to reach their finalized image. These video images are included on a DVD that allows you to work lockstep with each artist as they grade their images.
Though some tools provided may differ from one product to the next, the basic process of video color correction (grading) remains the same. Application agnostic and sure to inspire, The Art of Digital Video Color Correction will further your artistic skills, whether you're an editor, compositor, or colorist, and allow you to apply those skills to the grading process, making your finished image sharper, crisper and more aesthetically pleasing in general.
• Digital video color correction tips and techniques from the pros grading the films, shows and commercials we all see everyday, thus advancing the artistic coloring skills of the reader
• Is non-software specific, with lessons that are applicable to any postproduction workflow
• DVD includes samples of the same video images that the colorists featured in the book were working on, providing direct access to the techniques and process of professional grading.
The DVD is not included with the E-book. Please visit http://www.elsevierdirect.com/companion.jsp?ISBN=9780240809908 to access the DVD content.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.47(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.94(d)|
Table of Contents
Tonal Range Primer; Tonal Range Tools; Tonal Range Workshop; Color primer; Color Tools; Color Workshop; Using secondary color correction; Spot color correction windows and vignettes; Matching shots in sequence; Telling the story; Creating special looks; Saving bad footage