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
One of the most frequent questions I get asked is “How do I get that film look?” Today I will show you how I turn ordinary-looking video into a cinematic image that just simply looks good. Continue reading Color Grading with Magic Bullet Suite 12
Many indie filmmakers don’t realize that nowadays high-quality stock footage is affordable and easily accessible. As a result, they miss out on an easy way to raise the quality of their work. Continue reading Make your films & videos look big budget thanks to stock footage
The makers of the indie feature “The House On Pine Street” have posted a great video on Vimeo showing the importance of colour correction when shooting digitally. Continue reading Why you want to shoot flat and then colour-correct in post
Today I am super proud to announce that my new tutorials are available for sale on the STORE page. The best part is that it’s only $24 dollars! Continue reading Lighting Dozen – New Cinematography Tutorials!
The French have invaded my YouTube channel today! Or at least one Frenchman has 🙂 Continue reading Cinematic Effects with Serge Ramelli
Often, I get asked what presets I use to give my films their final look. I always answer “I don’t use presets. I adjust the colors of each shot individually by hand”. Continue reading Color Correction For War Film Look
I have published on YouTube my newest short film. It is a story about a couple in love. He is jealous and has a short fuse, while she is beautiful and wild (or just maybe crazy). Together they are like modern day Bonnie and Clyde… a dangerous combination. Where will their blind love lead them? Continue reading Short film “Killing Love” & Tutorials
In this tutorial, I show you how to get around a common problem when filming outside on a day with a mix of sun and clouds. Since you can’t always stop and wait till the light matches all your previous shots, you will have to do what big productions do – fix it with color correction. Continue reading Color Correction – matching sunny and cloudy shots