San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Bring your movie or sequence to life. We will review movie sequences,
discussing how the color and mode has enhanced the film. You will learn how to create the traditional “Looks” from Movies, TV commercials and Music Videos. We will then focus on matching those ‘Looks’, not only shot to shot, but also how to apply the look across a whole scene. Warren works with different cut sequences, each showcasing his techniques to get the best from each version.
Great for any current Resolve Colorists with at least 1 years experience or previous students who have completed either the ICA Basic or Advanced classes.
Using LUTs in a creative way.
Using Plugins and Resolve presets.
Preloading your timeline with Nodes.
Log grading v Lift Gamma Gain
Advanced keying and curve control
Power Windows used in a creative way
The ‘Wishy Washy’ flat look
The Film Print Look
Day for Night
Classic Black and White
Orange and Teal
How to approach a session, when to push the grade and when to hold back. Learn from Warren about how he deals with clients in the room. Create established looks and explore how to make new ones. Remember it’s subjective so just play and have fun. Students are encouraged to bring their own material.
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Warren Eagles is a freelance colorist based in Australia. He has an extensive 25 year career with experience in all forms of color correction. Now a Resolve owner/operator he runs his own shop and splits his time between grading and running training classes with the ICA.
His credits include commercials for Qantas,Ford, Mitsubishi, Revlon, and Tooheys, mainstream UK and Australian dramas and documentaries including the first Australian DI movie “Blurred” and Guy Ritchie’s cult movie “Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels“.
Warren founded the ICA with Kevin Shaw in 2009 and has so far conducted over 50 classes worldwide. He enjoys the challenges of working on different types of projects with new clients in both the coloring and training environments.