Essay On Colour Grading

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I personally think that in order for a particular project to be successful, the creator or developer has to keep in mind that the audience has to feel immersed into the project itself. Even though immersion is important, interactivity alone cannot make a story successful. Fortunately enough nowadays big companies are using both cross media and trans media in order to immerse the audience into a different experience. So why is trans media the buzz word at the moment ? This is because it can evoke emotions that cannot be easily replicated in a novel or movie. I personally think that projects such as the ‘I love bees’ and ‘Why so serious’, which are two of the most successful trans media projects, were the spark in order for this industry to…show more content…
Just because you can do something with the colours in the scene doesn 't necessarily mean you should, but you can enhance a scene by utilizing colour to your advantage. Colour Correction and Colour Grading are very time consuming. Every cinematographer has his/her own career paths. Some go into the short film cinematography industry, others focus on wedding cinematography and some do both and even more jobs related to the media industry. Colour Grading is the process of enhancing certain colours of film or video. It is best approached by following a general set of guidelines. This will allow you to move through the process as effortlessly and efficiently as possible. When editing a project, an assembly cut needs to be created before fine tuning a picture look. Colour grading is no different, yet many filmmakers or amateur colourists who don’t yet know anything about the subject go about things in the wrong way, and in the end their work suffers. I chose the subject of Colour and LUTs because they are two important factors artists have to focus and take care of when doing colour grading on their moving image
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