Color grading can be used to add meaning to the narrative. Colorist Ollie Kenchington uses color grading to evoke a feeling of freshness and uniqueness to help sell the brand for the commercial shoot. He explains how the technique is used in the film "Whiplash."
Kenchington outlines simple techniques for thinking about color in pre-production and during production. Color grading can become part of the storytelling instead of an arbitrary process.
Credits: Deconstructing Color III
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In the final episode of the series, Ollie Kenchington delves into the most exciting part of color grading—conveying mood and eliciting emotion with color. He shows us how this is used so effectively in Whiplash, where color becomes a signifier to the emotional journey of the film’s protagonist.
Length: 15 minutes
Copyright date: ©2018
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