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As a filmmaker, I discovered the importance of color in film and the impact it can bring to the audience. Given that your film has great lighting, a good final color polish can bring your piece to a whole new level of quality.
I work from my home studio where I use my color grading panel on a calibrated monitor. I can calibrate for web-, broadcast- & and cinema deliveries.
It's always a good idea to contact me as early as possible, preferably before principal photography , so I can discuss with the producer, DP/Cinematograhper, and/or the director to create 2-3 looks from the DP's initial tests, which I can distribute as monitor-LUTs for the camera. This helps set a basic look while shooting and it prevents many from getting used to the normal Rec709-display on set.
If your piece has already been shot, I will send you stills of different scenes first. If you know some references you like, you can either send those before or after I create the first look samples. From there on we can discuss, how we want to proceed.
For bigger budget projects, where more than two people are needed to give instant feedback, I recommend that I book a color grading session at an external studio, or to do the final adjustments there.
Of course I can try to color grade every possible codec & format, but for good results it should be at least in 10-bit color depth. I can provide an upload-link which has no file-size-limit.
Check out some projects I worked on as a colorist:
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