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The Cinema Book

British Film Institute, 2007


...As with sound, colour was one of the aesthetic options available to film-makers from the earliest years of cinema and, as with sound, the technical problems involved in making colour films were sufficiently daunting to dissuade many...


The Hair Stylist Handbook : Techniques for Film and Television

Focal Press, 2016


... Color Figure 2.1 Don Juskos Color Wheel Hair coloring is an age-old art. Plants, henna, and indigo, for example, were often used for tinting hair in ages past. The sun was another alternative, and still is now, for creating high- lights....


Robert Klenner

Robert Klenner is the Acting Head of Directing at The Australian Film, Television and Radio School. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Directing Screen Performances

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019


...Films are made in post-production. The shooting of the film is like shopping for cooking ingredients—you know the cake you want to make and you try to get the best ingredients you can, and then you put them together. And it is the putting...

Image Control & Grading

Blain Brown

Blain Brown is a cinematographer, director and writer based in Los Angeles. He has been the director of photography on features, commercials, music videos, industrials and other types of projects. He has directed and edited features and commercials, worked as a producer and has had three screenplays produced. His previous books include: Cinematography: Theory and Practice, Motion Picture and Video Lighting and The Filmmakers Pocket Reference. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Filmmaker’s Guide to Digital Imaging : For Cinematographers, Digital Imaging Technicians, and Camera Assistants

Focal Press, 2015


... point-of-view, which is important — if you don’t master the techni- cal side of imagemaking, the odds of creating powerful and mean- ingful shots is slim at best. Now it’s time to start thinking creatively, but first a bit more...

Generating Alpha with Keyers and Mattes

Lee Lanier

Lee Lanier has worked as a professional computer animator and visual effects (VFX) artist since 1994. He has more than 70 features, shorts, music videos, trailers, and commercials to his credit. Lee has written nine high-end software books that have sold more than 30,000 copies, has authored VFX training videos for lynda.com, has taught VFX compositing at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood, and is a member of the Visual Effects Society. A strong supporter of the arts, Lee co-founded the Dam Short Film Festival—Nevada’s largest film festival—and continues to serve as its executive director. He also co-manages the Boulder City branch of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, curates several art gallery spaces, and is an avid painter and illustrator. You can see his work at beezlebugbit.com and diabolica-art.com. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Compositing Visual Effects in After Effects : Essential Techniques

Focal Press, 2016


... Generating Alpha with Keyers and Mattes Alpha channels, which provide transparency information for After Effects layers, are an important part of the compositing process. Although source files may carry their own alpha channels, as may...

The Color Workflow

Rick Baumgartner

Rick Baumgartner is a Digital Content Producer specializing in postproduction, visual effects, and advanced imaging. He contributed post expertise to the first digitally captured live-action 3D feature (U2 3D), the first digital 3D television episode (NBC's Chuck vs. The Third Dimension), and the first digital 3D television commercial. Rick received an Emmy nomination for his visual effects work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. His feature film work includes 300, Monster House, and Idiocracy, and he has production credits on six video games. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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3D Postproduction : Stereoscopic Workflows and Techniques

Focal Press, 2014


... The COLOR Workfl ow 6.1 Overview In this book “color” refers to combinations in imagery of various intensities of portions of the visible spectrum. So in this book, the term “color” includes: • black and white levels • exposure • fl...

The Color Correction Effects

Chad Perkins

Chad Perkins is an Adobe Certified Instructor and Expert in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, After Effects, Premiere, and was one of the first in the world to be a Certified Expert in Adobe Encore DVD. Chad also owns Aveconta, an architectural rendering studio that creates photo-realistic renders from AutoCAD drawings and blueprints. Chad served for over two years as the Digital 3D and Animation Specialist at a leading lenticular art creation facility in Southern California, where he produced finished art for Warner Brothers, Paramount, and Disney, among others. True to his passion for movies and animation, Chad is currently directing and producing an all-CGI short film. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The After Effects Illusionist

Focal Press, 2013


... THE COLOR CORRECTION EFFECTS T he Color Correction effect category contains more effects than any other single category in all of After Effects—29 now, to be exact. While that isn’t really an indicator of importance, it just so...

Correcting Shots

Steve Hullfish

Steve Hullfish is a feature film and TV editor with credits including, Courageous, War Room, Champion and the theatrically-released feature documentary, Clinton Inc. Hullfish is the author of five other books, including The Art and Technique of Digital Color Correction and Avid Uncut. Hullfish also trains editors and colorists around the world. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Art and Technique of Digital Color Correction

Focal Press, 2012


... Correcting Shots Many colorists disapprove of the term “color correction” because so much of their talent extends well beyond simply “correcting” bad color. But the truth of the matter is that when working on an image, the first order...

Premiere Pro—Preferences and Customization

Adobe Premiere Pro Power Tips : Secrets, Shortcuts, and Techniques

Focal Press, 2013


... Delete Preferences During Startup Create a Floating Panel Shortcuts! Get Your Shortcuts HERE!! Optimizing General Preferences Remove a Tab Customize Your Keyboard Shortcuts Any Color You Want … A Fast—and Faster—Way to Enlarge a Setting Up...


British Colour Cinema : Practices and Theories

British Film Institute, 2013


...It is usual to make startling and revolutionary claims for each new colour process. Probably most photographers are rather sceptical, and reserve judgement until the new method has been tried out. There have been new processes in the past...