Source: Noam Kroll Blog
Color grading tools have become more accessible than ever, and as a resultÂ filmmakersÂ are becoming hyperÂ aware of the role that color plays in their work. Countless filmmakers are now training themselves in the art and science of color grading as a means to elevate the quality of their work without needing to rely on post-houses. That said, the color process as a whole still poses a steep learning curve, and many filmmakers jump into their color processes before being fully aware of the technical and creative challenges that they will be faced with. In this episode, I address 5 of the most common and most critical color grading mistakes made by filmmakers. Topics covered include: the importance ofÂ aÂ correct order of operations, how to approach shot matching, why to never overprotect dynamic range, and much more. Check out Episode 22:Â The 5 Most Critical Color Grading Mistakes Made By Filmmakers Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes Subscribe to this podcast via Google Play Subscribe to this podcast via Stitcher Subscribe to this podcast via SoundCloud Subscribe to this podcast via RSS And forÂ more content like this, be sureÂ to follow me on Instagram,Â Facebook, and Twitter! Noam Kroll is an award-winning Los Angeles based filmmaker, and the founder of the boutique production house, Creative Rebellion. His work can be seen at international film festivals, on network television, and in various publications across the globe. Follow Noam on social media using the links below for more content like this!Read more at: PODCAST: The 5 Most Critical Color Grading Mistakes Made By Filmmakers
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