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Adding shading to two-dimensional objects creates the illusion of depth. Colorist Ollie Kenchington explains how the same principle is used to add depth in film. He uses DaVinci Resolve to relight a shot and enhance the color grading and contrast.
Kenchington uses examples from "The Crown" to show how depth is created using contrast. High-contrast points are used to draw the eye into the deepest parts of an interior space.
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With production wrapped on the commercial, Ollie Kenchington brings us into the grading suite to discuss how contrast can be introduced in post-production to add depth. He also shows us examples from The Crown to reinforce this.
Length: 19 minutes
Copyright date: ©2018
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