Join AbelCine and Dado Valentic, and RED in LA on Tuesday, December 6 for this free evening event, Looks for RED Cameras.
With the introduction of LUT support, the color and look management for RED cameras has now become much more sophisticated. This development creates a whole new range of creative options for cinematographers and filmmakers. This evening event will explore creative choices, the process of image and look creation, as well as the process of color management from the beginning of a project through final delivery.
As a leading developer in the area of color science for digital lm cameras, Dado recently launched a unique software for look development and on-set grading — Colourlab.
Topics covered will include:
- RED RAW – a short introduction
- LUT support – what is new, what it means, how it works
- LUT deployment with DSMC2 & and DSMC – hardware options and practical options
- Creating the first look – short introduction to Color Science
- Several examples of popular looks and how to create them
- Open Color Management Format – how to implement look in: DaVinci, Adobe, Avid and Baselight
Guests will have the opportunity to test all RED cameras including DSMC2 bodies.
Dado Valentic is an award winning color grading artist based in the UK with over 16 years of industry experience. He is best known for his work on Total Recall, Gulliver’s Travels, Mr Nice, Sherlock Holmes by Guy Richie, Dough starring Jonathan Pryce and Blackwood by Adam Wimpenny. He is currently working on Absolutely Anything directed by Terry Jones and starring Simon Pegg and A Hundred Streets starring Idris Elba.
Dado is the founder of Mytherapy, a colour grading studio, based in Warner Bros. De Lane Lea, London, UK.
COLOURLAB simplifies color science for digital lm cameras and makes it accessible. The result is more than just a new color science. It is the most advanced look development and color management application.