ICA/International Colorist Academy

Learn from Working Colorists

Working Colorists

Courses are delivered by independent colorists located around the world. Learn more about our instructors.

Tricks of the Trade

Tricks of the Trade

Explore basic color theory, DI & film workflows, telecine & lab grading, client interaction, and looks and styles. Learn more about our classes.

Broad Brush

Broad Brush

Our classes cover best practices for a broad range of color grading systems. Learn more about our partners.

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Upcoming ICA Courses

R101 'Colorist Strategies with Resolve 11'

November 3, 2014, 12:00am

Media ASYLUM
213 Henderson Road #04-10, Henderson Industrial Park
Singapore,  159553 Map

Great for beginners to Color Correction

R201 Advanced Colorist Strategies with Resolve 11

November 6, 2014, 12:00am

Media ASYLUM
213 Henderson Road #04-10, Henderson Industrial Park
Singapore,  159553 Map

A 3 day advanced class for existing Resolve users. This class includes RAW workflows, Looks, and advanced tracking and secondary keying.

R101 'Colorist Strategies with Resolve'

November 13, 2014, 10:00am

Manhattan Edit Workshop
119 W 23rd St Suite 700
New York, NY  10011 Map

A fantastic class for anybody new to Color correction. Great for editors, DPs, DITs and still photographers. Full details at www.icolorist.com

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    I am currently in Japan sitting in a grading room, waiting for my clients to arrive. They are delayed so my mind wondered back to Amsterdam, where I conducted a Colorist Masterclass, here are my thoughts.. It was a fantastic honour to be asked to talk in front of the...
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    I started using DaVinci Resolve in 2005. It was a $300,000 system, the hardware rack was the size of a doorway and it took a Resolve engineer two days to install. In 2006 I met with Mike Seymour and John Montgomery, who said they were thinking of opening an online...
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    The most exciting thing I saw was the Free Viewpoint TV (FTV) holodeck.  Yes! The technology that introduced Princess Leia to Luke Skywalker in1977 now exists in our own galaxy and can project holographic images right in front of you.  I would say 3-D images but that term has been...

 
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