The Color Correction Interview Series by TaoOfColor.com
By Patrick Inhofer
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This is the TaoOfColorGrading.com Interview Series. It's dedicated to the movers, shakers, and thinkers in the video & film color grading community. This series is targeted at those new to color grading and looking to take the craft to the 'next level'. New interviews, when we have them, are released on Tuesdays.
||CleanInterview with Sam Mestman of Lumaforge and FCPWorks||LumaForge: Shared Storage for digital video professionals. An interview with Sam Mestman, CEO.||7/27/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast: Flanders Scientific Part 3||What is the future of professional reference monitors and color calibration. Including: Rec. 2020 and 4K (plus a very silly question).||3/31/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast: Flanders Scientific Update – Part 2||In this podcast we dive deep into professional Display calibration and the variety of geeky issues that surround them—from peak luminance values to LED RGB color drift. It’s Part 2 of our discussion with Flanders Scientific CEO Bram Desmet.||3/24/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast—Flanders Scientific: Update Part 1||An interview with the CEO and General Manager of Flanders Scientific’s Bram Desmet. 4 years after our first interview, Bram updates us on the hardware side—not just of FSI’s business but the state of LCD and OLED manufacturing in general.||3/19/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInterview Bloody Cuts Part 2: Dead Man’s Lake – The Client Brief||Color Correcting Dead Man’s Lake In Part 2 we get down to specifics… what do Ben and Anthony want from the color correction of the sixth installment in their horror short film anthology series, Dead Man’s Lake?||9/25/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInterview: Ben Franklin & Anthony Melton – Bloody Cuts||Part 1: “Practicing Your Craft” The ‘Tao of Color’ podcast lurches back to life this week! Join me as I talk with the two raving lunatics behind the Horror Anthology website, BloodyCuts! Yes, we all make it out of the podcast alive – but not||9/15/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInterview: Colorist Terence Curren, Part 2||“The 3 Steps of Color Correction” Terence Curren is the Founder and President of AlphaDogs, a post production facility and design studio located in the heart of Burbank’s Media District, mere blocks from the Walt Disney Company and NBC Studios.||7/5/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInterview: Colorist Terence Curren – Part 1||“Educating the Public” [NOTE: This conversation was recorded on April 7, prior to Apple announcing FCPx – and the DaVinci Resolve discussion does not refer to Resolve 8 – which eliminates many of the workflow ‘show stoppers’ that we referenc||6/29/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInterview: Colorist Warren Eagles, Part 2||“What Makes A Great Colorist?” At the fresh age of 17, Warren started his career working with images as a photographer for women’s underwear catalogues. He moved on to working at several post houses around London before earning the opportunity to||3/29/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanInterview: Colorist Warren Eagles, Part 1||“The Best Job In The World” At the fresh age of 17, Warren started his career working with images as a photographer for women’s underwear catalogues. He moved on to working at several post houses around London before earning the opportunity to wor||3/22/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
Loved the interview. Can't wait for parts 2 and 3.
The Best Inter Interview Series for Colorists
Other podcasts touch on the field of color correction and grading occasionally, but the Tao of Color does it justice.
The Tao of Color Interview Series is the only game in town right now for dedicated interviews of Color Grading professionals.
That's not to say that Patrick slacks in this highly informative and entertaining series. He asks professional colorists the questions we want to know, and through that offers great insight into this, often times, mysterious field.
I highly recommend this series to anyone interested in color grading, film finishing, color grading tools and just knowing how the movies, and television, you see are brought to a point of such depth and beauty.
Must listen for all in post-production
This podcast is a must listen for colorists especially but all who work in post-production will gain some great knowledge out of the discussion. They are very informed and thoughtful. Keep up the good work.