Tag Archives: color

For a picture you hear with your eyes.

Previously I posted about the importance of color correction in the post-production phase of filmmaking. Well, my movie’s in good hands. I’m pleased to announce that Nicholas Coyle will be the colorist for Pause of the Clock. An early and … Continue reading

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What we talk about when we talk about color correction.

The biggest item in my Kickstarter budget for Pause of the Clock is color correction. You might ask yourself, what the heck does that mean exactly? Perhaps something like Ted Turner fiddling around with some knobs on a console? Not … Continue reading

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3 things about Nicholas Ray’s JOHNNY GUITAR

Johnny Guitar [1954] 1. She moves in closer, looks straight at her and says, “I’m going to kill you.” 2. The magic of Trucolor. Flaming red shirt, flaming red lipstick. A red kerchief against a canary yellow shirt. 3. Emma … Continue reading

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