1. Colorist Chris Hall breaks down a product shot for a commercial grade for the North Carolina Education Lottery's promotional Carolina Panthers tickets! This episode focuses on the "WHY" of the grading process, as opposed to the "how"; as the "why" is critical in understanding how a complicated grade takes shape. A Special thanks to the Mullen Lowe Agency and the North Carolina Education Lottery for letting us use the footage!

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  2. Colorist Chris Hall demonstrates the importance of using contrasting colors on a grade that has a heavy "California" look.

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  3. Colorist Chris Hall takes an overcast day exterior shot on Arri Alexa and demonstrates how to add contrast, depth, and color to an otherwise flat image.

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  4. Colorist Chris Hall looks at two shots from the feature film "The Scribbler" and discusses how and why it can be important to maintain the color consistency of a film from start to finish.

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  5. Prehistoric Digital Colorist Chris Hall takes a look at the infamous "cyan/orange" look and how it can be applied tastefully in the color suite. Special thanks to Metis Creative for the footage on this project, you can check out the completed piece at Metis' Vimeo Page vimeo.com/58131797.

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Anatomy of a Grade

Chris Hall

Basher Films Colorist Chris Hall breaks down some basic color corrections from past projects to illuminate the different stages of "the color grade" and demonstrate the creative and aesthetic possibilities in the color correction process for film and video.

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