HP Z820, 2x 3.55 GHz 10-Core Intel Xeon with 128GB RAM,
2x Nvidia Quadro K6000, Blackmagic DeckLink Extreme 4K (SDI & HDMI Output), 1x Thunderbolt2 and 14x USB 3
Promise Pegasus R8 RAID for cache
Tangent Wave and Wacom Intous 4
Fostex PNO.4n stereo speakers
2x EIZO CG275W
42″ Flanders Scientifix AM420 reference monitor
DaVinci Resolve (Full Version), Adobe Creative Cloud, RedGiant Universe, NeatVideo Denoiser for DaVinci
“In visual perception a color is almost never seen as it really is – as it physically is. This fact makes color the most relative medium in art.” – Josef Albers
The beauty of the visual experience is the visceral reaction that it engenders in the watcher. This in no small part comes from the instinctive emotional reaction that colors provoke – blue is cold, red is angry, yellow is warm. A good colorist is able to subtly tap into these psychologies to promote the feel and tone of a visual creative piece.
Tobi, Lead Colorist at CC Media, has a natural affinity to color and the effects it has on film and the viewer of the film and is also meticulous in his detail, working frame-by-frame to create a uniform finished product.
His portfolio includes: Seed, Maybaum Film and Module+ and the films for Bucherer (EDI Prize Winner, directed and shot by Damien Krisl).
If you just don’t have the time to do conforming – which can be a very time consuming task – or you don’t want to you loose the time with your colorist just let us do it for you.
So you can focus and use the precious time on color grading.
All we need is all the files and a reference clip to compare shot by shot if everything has been reconnected properly.