colorista

Crayons by matt wolfe [cc]

Wanted to get out and do some more test shots with the Cinevate Atlas FLT (as well as continue to work with using Magic Bullet's Colorista II), and so this is my weekend creative video.

It was inspired by a pinterest pin that Marg told me about. We planned to shoot it like three weeks ago, but things never worked out until this weekend. Which is good, because I got the Atlas FLT in two weeks ago.

Tubs decided she would be in the video as well - I'm proud of her, because a year ago she hated being on camera.

So here's to what we can do with crayons, yes? 

Beautiful by matt wolfe [cc]

Marg wanted to paint, and I wanted to color. So she painted canvas, and I colored video.

My first project using Colorista II after going through some lessons from others. 

Shot on a Canon 7D with the 24mm f1.4L. My borrowed slider had some technical issues at the beginning, hence only two shots have it in it.

Edited in Adobe After Effects CS5.5.

I Gotta Color by matt wolfe [cc]

I finally bit the bullet and got some more coloring plug-ins for After Effects. This is my first real trial run with Magic Bullet Colorista II. Plus, it helped that I got to see someone in action coloring their footage, so this is my run at it as well. I actually quite like what Colorista II is able to give me.

Shot at Kraze with the ever enjoyable Kadie. 

BOOM! I filmed her anyway after she got embarrased. 

Shot on a 7D, using Technicolor Cinestyle, colored in After Effects using default color correction processes as well as Colorista II.

Cold Water Rises - Mary Grace Owen by matt wolfe [cc]

Improntu video of Mary Grace recording her song Cold Water Rises. First time trying to sync video and music and all that - I thought it turned out pretty well. We're making plans to shoot a real music video for her sometime soon, so be on the look out!

Thanks to Sam Street for music editing and providing some of the guitar work.

Mary Grace did the vocals, background vocals, and primary guitar work.

Emily Owen connected Mary Grace and me, and as a result, this video even exists. Cheers, Emily!