1. In this tutorial I explain the simple roundtrip from Baselight to Nuke with BLG files.
    In case you want to learn more about the BLG files please visit : filmlight.ltd.uk/training/resources/baselight/FLT-BL-0004-Baselight-1.php

    The tutorial is kept very simple. Here are some additional details on ACES:

    The Academy has defined ACES Linear AP0 as ACES exchange format and not ACEScg. However it may be simpler in practice to deliver VFX shots in ACEScg because it reduces complexity on the VFX vendors side.

    The main difference between VFX grading on a projector and VFX pregrading on a monitor is that on a monitor you are closer to the viewing condition of the compositing artist (dim surround and active display).

    If other DRTs than the ACES RRT are used, it is not 100% ACES complient but still workflow parts of the ACES Framework can be used.


    To download the free plugin for Nuke:

    DoP: Adil Afsar on Alexa

    Special thanks to Daniele Siragusano for helping me out with the additional ACES explanations.

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  2. In this breakdown I recorded about 30 min of beauty technics.
    Everything was done in Baselight V5 with tools like the Texture Equalizer, Grid Warper and the paint tool.
    Aim was to make the old man a few years younger :-)

    The project was done at Futureworks Media Mumbai.

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  3. Hi folks,

    I was asked by some colorists to talk about my expereinces in ACES (Academy Color Encoding System).

    So I recorded a combi-tutorial, using baselight:
    1. Dealing with Highlights in a LOG and ACES timeline
    2. Differences and benefits of ACES
    3. The theory of ACES

    I tried to keep it simple and not to technical.

    Happy Grading!

    Fanpage: facebook.com/colormeup

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  4. This breakdown shows the fine grading of a commercial.
    You can see relighting techniques on the image and the separation of the background.
    Absolutely no work on the skin was done as the model is beautiful already and with the help of L'Oreal Garnier there was no work to be done.
    It is not allowed to share or download the video in any media without permission.

    The video was gradet on a Baselight.

    Contact me though my website: colormeup.de
    or Facebook: facebook.com/colormeup

    Remotegrading possible.

    I am working as Lead Colorist for Imagica SEA / Pinewood Studios Malaysia

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  5. ACES gives us colorists amazing possibilities with seamless and losless workflows and look creation.
    Grading on a Baselight system in ACES is a modern way of film style grading.
    In this tutorial I explain a technique, that I discovered while grading my lates cinema feature film "Redha".
    It is about the use and mix of different RRTs like e.g. "filmlight truelight video" and the "RRT1.0".
    Why "kind of" workflow? Because the recommended ACES workflow works with AcesCC AP1 and the RRT1.0. In this video I show a more flexible way with more possibilities.

    As mentioned in the video you can find great infos about the ACES technology and theory. But so far I couldn't find anyhting from a colorists perspective. Here we go...
    I hope you like it and HAPPY GRADING!

    Tip: Daniele Siragusano from Filmlight made probably the best ACES explanation video:

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