Color Tone Of Your Film

Posted on 3/16/2017 9:30:00 AM

In a recent private conversation with two separate wedding filmmakers who has hard time grading their footage...

Were chatting with 2 wedding filmmakers recently. They both have hard time getting the color tone right for their film. I did Google Image search on "Scary Movie" and "Wedding Films". Putting the resulting screen shot side by side for comparison.

Scary movies will always have a dark blue-ish tone with high contrast. That makes people feel uncomfortable. On the contrary, a wedding film is to tell a love story, in a happy mood. Brighter color tone, lower contrast, and a little bit of yellow-ish tint will convey an idea of warm and fuzzy feeling in a bright sunny day.



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