What is an Analogous Color Scheme — Definition and Examples

What is an analogous color scheme? How can it be utilized in your filmmaking efforts, why does it matter and how is it different from other color palettes? We will be answering each of these questions, examining how analogous colors function in traditional art, taking a look at the psychology of color in storytelling, and… Continue reading What is an Analogous Color Scheme — Definition and Examples

Film Colorization Process & The Debate Over Colorized Movies

What is colorization? Back in the early days of filmmaking, color was something reserved for movies few and far between. But as the years went by, more and more movies began to be made in color. However, many filmmakers and critics in Hollywood expressed outrage at the idea of adding color to classic black-and-white movies.… Continue reading Film Colorization Process & The Debate Over Colorized Movies

Cinematography and Film Terms Every Working Filmmaker Should Know

Afilm set is a unique world that has to be experienced to be understood. There is a steep learning curve that comes with every film production. It can take many years before anyone is completely at home on set, and to master the plethora of film and cinematography terms.Continue reading Cinematography and Film Terms Every… Continue reading Cinematography and Film Terms Every Working Filmmaker Should Know

7 Best Free LUTs You Need to Make More Cinematic Videos

Color grading is a critical, yet tedious aspect of the Post-Production process. One of the best tools a filmmaker has to save time without compromising great color grading are LUTs. LUTs are used by both professional and amateur filmmakers for both their convenience and their cinematic effects. Many of the best free LUTs are now generously… Continue reading 7 Best Free LUTs You Need to Make More Cinematic Videos

What is a Monochromatic Color Scheme — Definition, Examples

What is a monochromatic color scheme? Why does it matter and how is it different than other color palettes? These are the questions we’ll be answering alongside a dive into the purpose and psychology of color in storytelling and a look at some of the best examples of monochromatic color schemes from film and television.Continue… Continue reading What is a Monochromatic Color Scheme — Definition, Examples

Color Grading vs. Color Correction Process for Video: A Complete Guide

We’ve all seen films with an eerie green or chilly blue tint that drives home the tone of the project. These different atmospheres, and many more, stand as monuments to the film and video coloring process. It takes a good amount of research and practice to control images with advanced precision. What’s the difference between… Continue reading Color Grading vs. Color Correction Process for Video: A Complete Guide

What is Post-Production? A Quick Rundown & Why Trust Matters

There are a ton of professionals involved in Post-Production, and trusting each other probably matters more in ‘post’ than any other time in the filmmaking process. These are the final steps and they’re the glue that holds the movie together, literally. So, what is Post-Production, who’s involved, and what should you consider before it begins?… Continue reading What is Post-Production? A Quick Rundown & Why Trust Matters

How to Create A Movie Color Palette Like Ridley Scott [FREE LUT Pack]

D irector Ridley Scott has said: “Life isn’t black and white. It’s a million gray areas.” From Alien to Gladiator, Ridley Scott movies explore the often difficult questions surrounding morality and existence.  Actions accepted in one reality, may be condemned in another.  But what helps Ridley Scott films dissect these complex issues are their use of… Continue reading How to Create A Movie Color Palette Like Ridley Scott [FREE LUT Pack]