Introduction to Color in Digital Filmmaking

Color is a natural everyday experience – but how do you use color to advance your film? We’ll start by looking at how filmmakers in the late 90s began exploring creative uses of color. Then we’ll take a quick overview of how your digital camera captures color and some basic color theory. We’ll finish by designing, shooting and grading a Lolita inspired shot for maximum color impact.

Full lesson write up here:

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Equipment used:
Blackmagic Cinema Camera

DaVinci Resolve

ikan 1500IDMXB

ikan IB1000

ikan MD7 Monitor

Other Videos related to Color from our Series:

The History and Science of Color Film: From Isaac Newton to the Coen Brothers

The History and Science of Color Temperature

The Evolution of Digital Non-Linear Editing: Part 2 – the Digital Revolution



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