Colour Grading

The effect of colour grading is hard to see unless you have the before and after image side by side.

A colour grade, whether immediately noticeable or not, is the way that you give your film a certain look and feel.  Some of our favourite film examples include The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Lord of the Rings and of course the brilliant Wizard of Oz. 

At Skylark we often film in RAW, which records all of the data from the camera sensor without any compression.  This means that the first draft you see will look a little cloudy until our colour graders have processed you video to pick out the colours to enhance each shot to pick out a certain colour or create a certain mood.