The difference between a good image and a great image
Colour grading is a vital part of the editing process, and is often what makes the difference between a good image and a great image.
An experienced colour grader can build harmony or tension within a scene, affecting an audience emotionally, psychologically and even physically.
Once in the post-production suite, the goal with colour grading and correction is to enhance already well-shot, well-considered and balanced footage with the addition of colour. This is to better align the film with the emotional responses you are looking to elicit with the creative concept.
During the colour correction process you may find there are areas that need to be highlighted to help tell the story or draw someone’s gaze. If something was missed during the shoot and needs to be painted out, or footage needs to be stabilised, tracked or zoomed in, then this is our chance to adjust it.
Omni Productions use DeVinci Resolve and collaborated monitors to help us find the perfect colour treatment for your project.