For any film, color grading is an essential part of the process. For some it’s simply a way to get the shots within a scene to match cohesively, despite adjusted lights or a change of sun position. For others it can help tell the story. Either way, If you’ve never sat in on a coloring session before, the whole thing can seem quite daunting. Jalal Jemison has colored five features and has an extensive background in VFX and compositing. He has been a VFX supervisor, a director, a lead compositor and has had his own small VFX studio. For the […]by Michael Medaglia and Jalal Jemison on Aug 6, 2014
by Roberto Quezada-Dardon on Oct 25, 2010
Roberto Quezada-Dardon learns why digital intermediate has become an essential tool for filmmakers.