Colour correction and grading is an essential part of the post-production pipeline-its purposes include improving the visual continuity from clip to clip, better communicating moods, emphasizing specific elements of the clip, etc.
Your introduction to colour theory will enable you to consider the different roles of primary, secondary, and tertiary colours and more as we look at examples of how these are used in both art and film.
Learning the basics of the history of colour correction for film – and its use in video – will enable you both to better understand the science and technology of video colour as well as how you can use this knowledge to create more visually engaging videos and films.
$50 Member / $75 Non-Member
To register email email@example.com
TSV’s workshops may be subject to changes in the schedule, instructor, or content. If so, Trinity will refund full workshop payment to participants who are unable to make the rescheduled dates or should the program be cancelled. Workshop registrants will be notified in advance of any changes or cancellations.
To be registered, you must be paid up in full. Accepted Payment: Visa, Mastercard, via phone; cash or debit accepted in-person. Cancellation 5 business days prior to workshop; NO REFUNDS GIVEN for CANCELLATIONS made with less than 5 business day.
Registration is Open
Marisa Hoicka is a film colourist with a background as a narrative video artist and painter. Hoicka has coloured advertisements, fiction, documentary and experimental films, web series and music videos. Hoicka’s “This is Not a Test” was shown on all Air Canada flights as part of the Images Festival’s “Stitches in Time.” Rendered from textiles of varying textures, the homemade colour bars in this video literally materialize the familiar SMPTE test pattern used to adjust and calibrate NTSC video monitors. Her videos have also been shown in Berlin’s Galerie Kurt Im Hirsch, San Francisco’s MoMA, Oakville Galleries, Vidéographe, Trinity Square Video and across Canada. Hoicka has a Master in Digital Media (Ryerson) and a Studio Art BFA (Concordia).
Facebook: Marisa Hoicka