Continuing with the series covering equipment that help you color grade, today we’re talking about tools specifically designed to calibrate colors of computer monitors. Here we review two top-sellers from X-Rite and Datacolor. Continue reading Best tools for calibrating the colors of your monitor
Professional colorists wouldn’t be nearly as effective if they had to rely on a keyboard and mouse. Instead, they use specifically designed panels. Here is a review of an entry-level panel for color grading from BlackMagic Design. Continue reading Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel
Color grading is challenging enough, but it is much more so when you don’t have a professional monitor. There are many good monitors out there, but they cost thousands of dollars. I wasn’t quite prepared to spend that much money, though. Continue reading Best video and photo editing monitor: here’s what I bought
In today’s tutorial, I show you how I recreated a scene from the movie “Sin City”. Continue reading How we remade a scene from “Sin City”
I am super excited to announce the release of new LUTs. These 20 LUTs have been inspired by some of the most memorable,
– and certainly visually remarkable – films. Continue reading I’ve finished my Famous Movies LUTs!
I am excited to announce that I will be touring with a filmmaking workshop – the 2 Day Cine School. We have worked really hard to prepare this workshop for you and I really believe that those of you who attend will get a lot out of it. To give you a sense of what to expect, here is the tour trailer. Continue reading I am on a tour!
Today, I am excited to announce the launch of a new edition of my popular Lighting Dozen cinematography tutorials – Natural Light. As the name suggests, this edition shows how to work with natural light. I will explain how to control and shape the sunlight in order to get different moods and looks. Continue reading Lighting Dozen – Natural Light – Tutorials!
Today premieres a music video I directed, shot and edited for Anna Cyzon. The title of the song is “Never Broken”. Continue reading “Never Broken” music video + tutorials!
Often I get asked how I get my videos to look less like video and more like film. Continue reading How to get that “Film Look” Fast and Free!
LUTs, i.e. look-up tables, can be great tools in color correction. Here is a tutorial where I talk about how to use them in various editing programs. Continue reading Using LUTs in Adobe Premiere, Davinci Resolve & Final Cut Pro