The show was shot last spring in a record time by DP Philippe Roy on Canon EOS C300. The 16 x 30min episodes were edited on Avid at PMT. That’s were I graded all the episodes. They have one nice Resolve room supported by the big Resolve control surface, a Sony OLED monitor and a 2K Christie projector.
The show was given a reduced dynamic rage to keep a milky feel to it. The white were soften and compressed a lot and the low lights remained above the 5%. The look remains the same across all the episodes and sets that are mostly warm except for the office where the main character works and her room. We tried to keep vibrant colors without over saturating.
Here are some stills of the show:
Here a teaser:
This was my second collaboration with director Kevin Calero. Romeo&Fils produced this music video for “Carry On”, the first single of Coeur de Pirate’s new and first English album.
It was shot by Christophe Collette in an ancient church in Ontario. The choreography was shot in the day, then, again, at night and edited together by Kevin on Premiere.
The edit was sent to Workshop MileEnd for some VFX. They rendered out a 4K ProRes file that I got into Resolve for the final grade.
The video is now available online:
Here are some stills:
I was also asked to grade a short promo video to be distributed via social medias like Instagram.
It was shot in LA by Jessica Lee Gagné on Alexa. It was treated as 4:3 and given a very dessert and natural look.