2018 Colour Tour
In 2018, our worldwide colour masterclass tour winged its way from London to Paris, via Mumbai, Hollywood Tokyo, Toronto and a whole host of other cities.
Here are the some of the presentations filmed at the IBC2018 Colour Day.
Daniele Siragusano utilises his experience and workflow expertise as an Image Engineer at FilmLight, helping existing and potential customers achieve the best productivity and creativity in their own unique setups.
A key speaker at many of the masterclasses that have formed the FilmLight global colour tour, here Daniele will focus more on the first principles of natural colours and texture including the fundamental differences between the real world and modern HDR wide gamut image reproduction. Part 2 (coming soon) gets deeper into the management of colour spaces and completes a day where colourists have shared their craft drawing on real experience.
Renowned colourist Maxine Gervais worked on this year’s commercial and critical Marvel Studios hit, Black Panther, sci-fi feature The Meg, and most recently Sony Pictures’ Alpha, set in the Ice Age.
In this exclusive session, Maxine shares the technical and creative aspects of the colour development on these three projects, working with acclaimed cinematographers, directors and VFX teams. She shows how Baselight X helped her achieve these three distinctive looks.
A native Parisian, Sylvain Canaux started his career at post house St Louis where he quickly gained recognition for his work on beauty grading for high end commercials and photographers, such as Chanel, Yves St Laurent & Dior.
Using Baselight v5, Sylvain illustrates the challenges of moving between colour spaces and showed how these challenges can be met through a combination of colour science and artistic skills.
Initially a member of the Technicolor-PostWorks team, Mike Nuget recently branched out on his own, and he has been applying his skills in colour grading, editorial finishing, and visual effects to film, TV and documentaries.
Mike shares his recent experiences live using the new Baselight 5 for Avid tools, with a focus on Base Grade, Texture Equaliser, Boost Contrast, and other new features.