Workshop Kleurcorrectie
Group photo Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam, kleurcorrectie workshop by Adeep Oberoi

Workshop Kleurcorrectie

Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam, Met trots heeft BrosMedia afgelopen Donderdag 9 Mei, 2019 een weergaloze workshop kleurcorrectie (color correction / color grading) Davinci Resolve verzorgt. De workshop was onder leiding van Adeep Oberoi op het grootste media instituut van de Benelux, het Grafisch Lyceum in Rotterdam.   De BrosMedia di colorist Adeep maakte tevens duidelijk in de workshop hoe kleuren van invloed zijn op het verhaal in de film, de boodschap in de reclame en de video branche. Verschillende emoties worden opgeroepen bij het zien van bepaalde…

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REMOVING COLOR CASTS!

Color casts (or a color cast) are tints of a particular color, usually (but not always) unwanted and affects the whole, or portion, of a photographic image evenly. There are types of light that can cause film and digital cameras to have a color cast. Illuminating a subject with light sources of different color temperatures will usually cause color cast problems in the shadows. In general, the human eye does not notice the unnatural color, because our eyes and brains adjust and compensate for different types of light in…

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APOCALYPSE NOW COLOR GRADING PALETTE

"APOCALYPSE NOW": After many requests I decided to do a couple of more spontaneous articles about color grading palettes. Fascinated with colors I use the color correction program called Davinci resolve 15, the Hollywood industry standard. I choose the film Apocalypse Now because its an iconic movie and a classic favorite of many professionals in the media industry. This palette is extracted from a beautiful scene from this iconic movie, Apocalypse Now. These articles about color palettes are for everyone interested in seeing how colors are combined…

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SKIN TONE COLORS, WHY THEY NEED TO BE PERFECT!

SKIN TONE COLORS, why are they so important in video!  With perfect looking skin tones I mean getting the skin tones looking as good and natural as possible without unwanted color casts. For the human eye, skin-tones are often the most eye-catching part of a scene (even if most of us are unaware of this). Beautifully looking skin tones are attractive to our eyes but skin tones that some how do not look correct give us a sense of being out of place and are not appealing. …

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GODFATHER 1 COLOR GRADING PALETTE

The "GODFATHER" yes the iconic Godfather, is my last weekly article about color grading palette (sad to say). Extracted from one of the most iconic scenes from The GODFATHER 1, the remastered version.  This article is especially dedicated to all the followers, viewers, likers (new word) and commentators. These articles about color palettes are for everyone interested in seeing how colors are combined to help tell the story in a specific scene and how these colors support the story being told. It also shows what type…

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TITANIC COLOR GRADING PALETTE

The "TITANIC COLOR GRADING PALETTE" Is our palette for this week. Extracted from one of the most iconic scenes from The Titanic Movie I dedicate this article to Mr. Philip Bloom a really great cinematographer from the United Kingdom whom I have been following for years. These color palette articles are for everyone interested in seeing how colors are combined to help tell the story in a specific scene and how these colors support the story being told. Produced and directed by James Cameron and staring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.…

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PULP FICTION COLOR GRADING PALETTE

This week our color grading palette is "PULP FICTION COLOR GRADING PALETTE". Extracted from one of the great scenes from Pulp Fiction I dedicate this article to a special friend whom I worked with on many occasions over the last 8 years. His name is Arturo Hoyos film Director at OPTIMAX GROUP. The weekly color palette articles are for everyone interested in seeing how colors are used and combined to help tell the story in a specific scene and how these colors support the story being…

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BLACK PANTHER COLOR GRADING PALETTE

This weeks color grading palette "The Black Panther Color Grading Palette" is taken from The Black Panther and I dedicate this article to my longtime friend who happens to be a great fan of The Black Panther, his name is Michel Drenthe film Director at Caribbean Filmcom in the tropical island of Curacao.   Despite its success the movie met with a lot of criticism. Then again, many great classics such as The Good The bad and The Ugly and films like Scarface all met with tremendous criticism…

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GOOD, BAD & UGLY COLOR GRADING PALETTE

The Color Grading Palette of "The GOOD BAD UGLY" by Adeep Oberoi. This weeks color grading palette is taken from the 1966 EPIC Spaghetti Western directed by Sergio Leone "THE GOOD THE BAD & THE UGLY". Starring Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach few westerns can equal this master piece. No wonder Quentin Tarantino choose this classic as his all time favorite movie. The Good The Bad & The Ugly's Color Palette is dedicated Jim Clark, One of my favorite photographers in Florida. Color Palettes are great for using in…

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SCARFACE COLOR GRADING PALETTE

The Scarface Color Grading Palette by Adeep Oberoi. This weeks color grading palette is the 1983 Miami Beach Color Palette. The Miami Color Palette is the third palette in a series of eight weekly color palettes spread over two months. The Miami Color Palette is dedicated to my good friend "Alfredo Pedroso" Director, Pan-Regional Ad Sales at Sony Pictures Entertainment, Miami. Color Palettes are great for using in filming, videos and photography. “THE SCARFACE BEACH SCENE COLOR PALETTE” Even though remastered, this color look is different from…

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