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COLOR CORRECTION 101

Color correction is a part of the post-production stage in film and television. A colorist adjusts the white and black levels, exposure, contrast, and white balance. This returns the captured image to the accurate, unprocessed colors of the filmmakers' intent. 


Color Correction is very much a self-taught Profession that takes time and effort to master, but this class will get you started or help you to move to the next level. You will learn the building blocks for coloring like a pro. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to better understand and practice solid color grading techniques at an advanced pace.

This workshop will be held on Saturday, May 14th, 2022 from 10am-1pm Central.

If you are interested in attending, you can do so either in person, or virtually. An in person ticket will grant you entry to the session and an opportunity to chat with Tanner Buschman. The Virtual Ticket will allow you to join via zoom, so you will receive all the information, but without the in person element. 

 

EXAMPLE OF COLOR CORRECTION BY TANNER BUSCHMAN:

 
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CLASS EXPERIENCE

Be immersed in the world of Senior Colorist Tanner Buschman. Tanner has extensive experience in coloring, working on several Ryan Murphy projects including: American Horror Stories, Pose, Watched, The Political, and Hollywood. He has worked on projects with many incredible film members including Jim Carrey, Morgan Freeman, Malin Akerman, and more!  


This workshop will assist you in discovering one of Hollywood best kept secrets in filmmaking. By the end of this course, you will have a roadmap to start implementing your desired final looks into any film or television production. This course is a lecture based class integrated with opportunities to try color correcting yourself!

This workshop will be held on Saturday, May 14th, 2022 from 10am-1pm Central.

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WHAT WILL I LEARN IN THE COLOR CORRECTION 101?

  • Color theory

  • Color workflows

  • LUTs

  • How to balance

  • How to read the scopes

  • How to match cameras

  • How to set stylized looks

  • How to use the color panels

  • How to deal with clients

  • How to implement color notes

  • How to run color sessions

 
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ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE COURSE, YOU WILL BE ON YOUR WAY TO BEING QUALIFIED FOR THE FOLLOWING ROLES:

Entertainment Industry:

  • Colorist

  • Grading Assistant

  • DI Conformer

  • Dailies Colorist

  • Colorist Designer (stylist)

  • Assistant Colorists

  • Color Producer

  • Online editor

  • Video/Gaming editor

  • Entry-level VFX 


Multi-faceted positions:

  • Social Media Editor

  • Marketing 

  • Local News and Production Editing

  • Gaming and Video positions

  • Entry Level positions in IT and Corporate 

  • Branding 

  • Consumer editor (wedding, event, etc.)

  • Event Stylist

  • Color Theory Advisor

  • Managing safety practices of the electrical department (requires solid work experience)

  • Lighting Programmers