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A cautionary tale about cheating. Director: Tirzah Shirai Length: 12 Mins Capture Format: Red 4K Director’s Objective: A cool clean look that doesn’t distract from the narrative.
Music Video for English pop-star Pixie Lott. Director: Nick Frew Length: 3 Mins Capture Format: Red 4K Director’s Objective: To bring out that glamorous California beach vibe.
A small town cop dreams of life in the big city as a breakdancer. Director: Marc Bacci Length: 90 mins Capture Format: Red 4K Director’s Objective: To enhance the dramatic tension of the film while maintaining the beautiful touch of the image.
It was one of my favorite grading experiences – fast, efficient and with truly gorgeous results. I couldn’t recommend ColorCorrection.com more highly.
Color Correction did a fantastic job on my feature. They were fast and efficient. I’d definitely work with them again in a heartbeat.
C3 saved the day! I don’t know what I would have done without these guys. They know they’re stuff and most importantly, they love what they do. I needed some very complicated things done and they didn’t stop until I was 100% happy, they’re work is original and inspired. I would not hesitate to recommend ...
Just finished up a grade for the new My Chemical Romance video NA NA NA NA, which then went on to #1 on MySpace music the week of release. Really fun grade, went for a cool, very crunchy, saturated look in conjunction with the director and the band. http://www.youtube.com/user/mychemicalromance#p/c/0B8213D1340F1731/8/egG7fiE89IU
Rewatching THE INSIDER again recently and I was struck by the Day for Night sequence of Pacino on the phone at the beach. DAY FOR NIGHT is a funny thing; a lot of people go too blue, and too bright. But Michael Mann and Dante Spinotti crafted a look for this conversation that felt entirely ...