'Great colour on screen is almost always planned and while the digital age has made this process easier, it's no substitute for a good story and great photography.' Jason R Moffat
Aimed at young filmmakers, this workshop led by experienced colourist Jason R Moffat explores the art of colour grading and how it can support the telling of a great story and, ultimately, the image on screen.
Originally from a photography background, Jason R Moffat has worked in imaging for over 20 years, from fashion to fine art photographic retouching and restoration. In 2005 he pivoted into moving image, and has since worked as a colourist on hundreds of films, commercials and documentaries, many of which have gone on to major festival award-winning success.
While digital is becoming the mainstay of many filmmaking enterprises today, he is still a keen advocate and user of analogue film, and has a wealth of experience in achieving film stock aesthetics in today's expanding digital world.
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