24 July 2005

Avid Colour Correction Course.

On Friday 22nd I completed the Avid 239 colour correction course at VET in Hoxton Square, London.

It was a great course and i'm very grateful to Mike Butler and all at VET for allowing me a place. I've done plenty of colour correction before on Avid and FCP but this really helped to iron out a few creases in my knowledge. In fact, the art of grading is something i've always taken very seriously and even though I may have been using only basic tools before my recent acquisition of Xpress Pro this area of post production has always been one of my main concerns. No footage gets past me uncorrected!

So, now I have a shiny certificate with my name on and a renewed enthusiasm for tweaking ropey looking shots. Exciting huh? As post production for Live From Antarctica starts in earnest next week i'll be sitting with my eyes glued to the scopes for the foreseebale future.

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