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Re: "Wunderbaum" - Grading techniques

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Jack JonesRe: "Wunderbaum" - Grading techniques
by on Jul 30, 2011 at 3:44:40 pm

Personally I wouldn't say it's about nodes or layers being superior.

Grade with what you like... Every system has pros and cons and believe me even my beloved Nucoda has cons. Software grading is still in a fairly primitive stage and you really have to look at what you get for money if you're investing in kit.

They all do very similar things, sure in my opinion Film Master has more tools than Resolve, but Baselight has more customisable tools. It's not even a case of 'horses for courses'.

Personally I prefer layers like in Photoshop, as opposed to Nodes, but to be quite honest, I'll grade with whatever I'm asked to as they'll all do the job perfectly well enough.

Not many colourists would turn down grading a huge Hollywood feature just because Deluxe or Company 3 tell you that the client booked one of their Resolves...

Jack Jones
Freelance Colourist


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