More color grading

I did some color grading tests for two very nice videos on Vimeo today. Ben’s video is here, grading tests here and here, and Bill’s video is here, a small grading test here.


Rohan Dhruva wrote on December 10th, 2007 at 12:47 AM PST:


Nothing related to the post – I was just browsing around your blog and noticed that in the bottom where there is an option to submit this page as a link on Digg, reddit, facebook etc, none of them work – you seem to be using variables which are not replaced. At least it did not work with Digg.


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Eugenia wrote on December 10th, 2007 at 12:51 AM PST:

Ah, thanks for noticing this. It was working a few days ago, no idea what happened to it. I will have to look at it tomorrow. Thx again.\

Update: I removed it completely, didn’t really serve any big purpose.

Renan wrote on December 10th, 2007 at 10:06 AM PST:

I’ve noticed that when I import my footage it always looks darker compared to how I view it in my camera. Is it something wrong in my import settings or is light/color adjusting something I always need to do? Most of my footage is indoors. My outdoors scenes are just fine. BTW, I film on a Sony DCR-TRV19 (I know, a bit outdated but it works for me).

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Eugenia wrote on December 10th, 2007 at 1:06 PM PST:

Different devices/apps have different gamma default values.

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