Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about best practices for color management, display calibration and emulation.
Working in a modern production or post-production environment requires a working knowledge of color science. Regardless of a user’s position in the production chain, color plays a major role in telling a powerful story. This class provides a working knowledge of color management for digital film and video production, digital intermediate (DI) and video post-production, VFX, HD and film print dailies, and digital projection.
Who should attend
Professionals in the video and feature film industry responsible for quality control of color across the entire production / post-production workflow, including:
- VFX production supervisors
- VFX artists
- DI Post-production engineers
- CGI/VFX software developers
- Digital Imaging Technicians (DITs)
What we will cover
- Color science and theory
- Color management and data structures
- Probes and their role in color science
- Profiles vs. LUTs
- Reference displays: requirements, workflows, optimization & calibration
- Practical application and best practices of complementary technologies: Dolby Professional Reference Monitor
- IIF / ACES workflow
- Afternoon break out sessions on color management, probes, and optimizing your display
Cedric Lejeune, Color Management
Workflow consultant for high-end VFX and digital cinema, managing director of Workflowers, Cédric Lejeune works around the world setting complex pipelines and training people to get the best out of them. Cédric began in 2000 as a Smoke artist and later became an application engineer for the French Discreet/Autodesk reseller. He was in charge of the implementation of the first ever-industrial DI pipeline at Eclair Laboratories in 2002 and then different configurations in Paris (Mikrosimage, Duboi, Sylicone) and Madrid (Technicolor). In 2008 Workflowers released the first plug-in pack for Autodesk Lustre, extensively used on commercials and feature films (CinePostProduction Berlin, Technicolor Montreal…) More recently Cédric has been involved in the management of colour in a more global approach, from camera to deliverables, to provide consistency and maximum quality (high dynamic range) throughout the postproduction process. By listening to people and understanding their work, Cédric Lejeune brings a much-appreciated human approach to technology.
Bob Lofland, Field Applications Engineer, Video Products
Dolby Laboratories, Inc….Optimizing your display
Bob Lofland is a Dolby Customer Support Engineer for the Dolby PRM4200 Professional Reference Monitor. Bob comes from a Field Engineering background with over 25 years’ experience supporting professional display application and technical sales efforts in the broadcast, cinema, and production markets.
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