Color grading in Final Cut Pro

Today, we start coloring. I’m looking forward to seeing how our colorist, Omar, will take our existing footage and create the movie’s tone and feel. Below are some screen grabs of our first pass at some of the shots.

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2 Responses to “Color grading in Final Cut Pro”

  1. Geno Says:

    It’s looking good! Are you going to make another trailer? I’d love to see some more story! Does it have a Christian theme? From what I’ve seen it looks VERY well-done; hope I get to see it.

    God bless!

  2. russ Says:

    Yes, I’m hoping to create a new trailer once we have the master edit finished, but we can’t give too much away. We’ve got to keep you intrigue so you’ll want to see the movie.

    There are so many twists and turns and “gotchas” in the movie that I have to be careful which pictures to show. There are certain pictures that if you saw them, it would ruin the show. Kind of like Sixth Sense. You would know the ending, and it would make the plot twist no fun.

    The story is a very redemptive story. Our origianl script ended a darker note, but we spent a lot time re-writing it to get to a more redemptive ending.