Posted 2012-12-18 10:12 by My PF Story
“Colours, like features, follow the changes of the emotions.” - Pablo Picasso
Some movies leave an everlasting impression on our minds with their scenic images of aquamarine seas, lush green forests, myriad coloured costumes or enchanting hues of a periodic era. These colour effects that enhance the entire look of film are a result of DI (Digital Intermediate).
The main job of a colourist is to enhance and balance a story’s content by maintaining its consistency. Each film is different and each scene is also different.
The DI grading suites at Prime Focus include both Baselight and Lustre non-linear grading systems, along with the digital projector.
Through our Global Digital Pipeline, the international Prime Focus facilities work collaboratively to ensure that clients have access to the world’s best kit and colourists at three main locations around the globe - London, LA and Mumbai. The integrated Prime Focus DI facilities in Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai work closely with the worldwide Prime Focus VFX studios to ensure seamless delivery of all post production requirements.
Watch Senior Colourist, SManoj C.P.K Verma's story here.
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