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Entries in color grading (44)

Tuesday
Mar242015

Intermountain Healthcare Donor Thank you video

Finished May 13, 2014

Scott Wilhite

Intermountain Healthcare — Donor Thank You from Scott Wilhite on Vimeo.

This needed some gentle luminance work to soften the harsh sunlit exteriors and to improve lighting on people's faces. These before and after stills illustrate. 

 

Tuesday
Mar242015

The World's Most Powerful Gum

Finished March 24th, 2014

Tuesday
Mar242015

Physical Computing

 April 29th 2014

The tilt-shift effect I pulled on the train shot in this was a pretty interesting process. There's more going on than just the blur. I've filled in some haze at the top end, and then some contouring to the shadows next to the tracks to add depth. As you click through the before and afters you can see the luminance work that's been done. 

 

Tuesday
Apr292014

If You're Gonna Wear the Uniform

 If You're Gonna Wear the Uniform from Dusty Hulet on Vimeo.

 

Here are a few before and after stills you can click through to see the results. 

 The main shot in this short film is an extended take of the sun rising over Mt. Everest. The quality, color, and intensity of light is in a slow, continous change throughout. So I used a pile of windows and keyframes to control the ways that light and color spread throughout the shot. This video breakdown helps to explain how I got it there.

Tuesday
Mar042014

New Reel

Special thanks to Scott Winn and Brendon Bytheway along with Christian Busath, Kevin Winzeler and Vanilla Bikes, A. Todd Smith and all the great artists on his crew, Fullscreen, Devin Graham and his crew, Cameron Manwaring, Derek Pueblo, Gavin Bentley,  Jordan Harker and Joey Daniel at Robogo, Anthony Peirce and Una Jo Blade, Ralphie May, CR England and the Utes, Uri Westrich and The Maccabeats, David Carillo and the team at Magnetic Creative, as well as every other artist, tecnician, operator, performer and crew member that did such stellar work to bring these things to life, and last but not least my brothers Joel and Aaron for their feedback on my work all along the way and in the compilation and composition of this reel.