Before & After Color Grading

Cinema Colour Grading Before & After

Vancouver Filmmaker Behind Colour Grading Video

Colour Grading Break Down

Vancouver Filmmaker & Photographer, breaking down Cinema Colour Grading Before & After a short film ‘YVR Untitled V1.0’ by artist Wayne Lam of Waynes World Studio. Using Color to tell a story is nothing new since oil painter has done it many years. The transformations from a bright afternoon shots to creative stylize moody feeling has been created by many Hollywood movie storytelling. Vancouver Filmmaker loves creating story from the beginning, filming at Vancouver YVR airport on a cold day to post production at Waynes World Studio. The reward of spending a cold day outdoor filming is part of the fun and creative process to deliver a creative stylize vision by Vancouver Filmmaker, artist Wayne Lam.

Equipments:

  • Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera filmed with Raw 30fps,
  • Tamron 18-400mm (Stay Tune Upcoming review Tamron 18-400mm for Cinema Camera Video Pros and Cons),
  • FotodioX Canon EF/EF-S Lens to Micro Four Thirds Camera Vizelex ND Throttle Adapter,
  • Atomos Shogun,
  • Grading in DaVinci Resolve Studio,
  • Customize Personal Luts.

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