Tag Archives: Color

FCG113 – Timeline Based Color Grading (feat. Denver Riddle)

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Timeline based color grading has been a dream of mine for years. Recently I stumbled across Color Finale, a new $99 plug in by Color Grading Central and immediately contacted Denver Riddle to come talk about its use and development. We also spend a fair amount of time discussing Resolve and some workflow issues that I’ve been perplexed with. Denver is a very knowledgeable guy and I think you’ll enjoy this chat.

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Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Denver Riddle – colorgradingcentral.com – @colorgrading

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International Color Academy – http://icolorist.com

Try Color Finale – http://try.colorgradingcentral.com/colorfinale/

Color Grading Central Products – http://www.colorgradingcentral.com/products

FCG090 – Color Grading and FCPX (feat. Zeb Chadfield)

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From VHS cuts only edits to FCPX, Zeb Chadfield has done it all over the years. As a broadcast colorist and the last eyes on a piece before it goest to air, Zeb has a unique view of what Final Cut Pro X does, and does well. This discussion spends a fair amount of time on coloring and Davinci Resolve workflow.

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Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Zeb Chadfield – @PanoptikTV

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PanopticTV Timecode Calculator

Teranex Digital Scaler

Sam Mestman’s Tangent Setup

DCC037 – Cost of Doing Biz (feat. Robbie Carman)

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Day Rate… the age old question. How do you set it? How do you get it? Robbie Carman is a veteran colorist and co-founder of mixinglight.com and shares some insight on how he came to determining his own day rates and some tips about how to actually concentrate on the art, while not neglecting the business.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alex MacLean – @alexm13
Robbie Carman – @robbiecarman

Studio Suite X

The Cost of Doing Business on Mixing Light

Colorist Meetup at NAB – Sunday April 6 The Pub at the Monte Carlo Hotel

“No is the most powerful word in the English language”