I love what I do and look forward to more! What the camera sees is not what the audience sees. I sculpt the light and color to build emotional texture. I've been working as a film colorist for 5 years. Recently I've developed some more selective techniques that you can see the results of here.
For a basic tip on how to start looking at color manipulation:
Some of these projects are available to see right here on youtube:
scottdw's Fruit Ninja in Real Life to Dubstep!
Slip n' Slide Launches People Into Kiddie Pools (
Macey's Grocery Store's ad
UofO's duck spots
Pretty Darn Funny Hungry Games
The Braveheart spot
Music on this video was
Staarlabz - War Troop
These are shots from Nino Leitner´s and Mario Feil´s Canon EOS C300 – short film.
Graded in DaVinci Resolve.
Let me know if you have any questions.
an experiment with Photoshop, after effects, and some humble mini DV footage.
This strange little experience was part of my application to the BYU Film program. It was shot on a CANON Optura 200MC with a DIY DOF adapter with a Nikon screen. The laser matte canon screens project the image evenly over the entire screen, but that's what I had at the moment. I also did old age makeup with latex rubber on Stacy to make her look old.