Archives

08 Jul 2014

By - 0 Comments

In a previous post, I talked about the importance of color grading your footage. I can’t think of the last time we worked on a project here at GCC that we didn’t take the time to do some sort of grading to the final edit. Here’s the truth – There’s always something you can tweak […]

View

05 Jun 2014

By - 2 Comments

One of the last stages in any video production is what is known as Color Grading. In its simplest form, color grading can be defined as “the process of altering and enhancing the color of a motion picture, video or still image”. Think of those easy to use filters in Instagram and how dramatic it can change your […]

View

31 Mar 2014

By - 0 Comments

In a previous post, we discussed the importance of being intentional with lighting when it comes to your video shoots. In this follow up post, I’d like to take a bit of time to discuss more in-depth what sort of tools we use here at GCC when it comes to lighting our film productions. Before […]

View

05 Feb 2014

By - 0 Comments

Genesis tells us that God created light on the first day. That’s probably a good hint that light is a big deal. It helps guide our eyes and shape the way we see the world. As image makers, light is massively important. It can create contrast, interest, mood and emotion. Think back to way you […]

View

22 Oct 2013

By - 0 Comments

Watch any movie. If you pay close attention to the footage, you’ll start to notice one thing in common – film grain. Most movies are still shot with film stock and thus have some degree of film grain within the footage. If you’re like us, we don’t have the luxury of shooting with film. Instead, […]

View