“A Star is Born” (2018).
•Directed by Bradley Cooper
•Cinematography: Matthew Libatique
•Production Design: Karen Murphy
•Set Decoration: Ryan Watson
•Costume Design: Erin Benach
•Colorist: Stefan Sonnenfeld
•Makeup and Hair: Ve Neill, Frederic Aspiras, Dawn Dudley, Lori McCoy-Bell, Mandi Ann Ruiz, Sarah Tanno, Joy Zapata, Debbie Zoller, Bruce Samia ...
This look is inspired by Winterfell from Game of Thrones.
This show is the PERFECT example of why Color Grading is so vital to storytelling.
Each location in GOT is defined not only by its brilliant art direction but it’s Color Palette, carefully crafted through the art of Color.
Anytime we are in Winterfell, we feel the dread, the lifelessness, the unimaginable cold.
Just watch my breakdown and analyze how far I had to push the image to get this look.
No LUTs were used to create this grade.
This EPIC footage was shot on RED in redwidegamutrgb and log3g10 and provided by my dear friend @formatsfilmco
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If you wanna step up your Color Grading then check out my Ultimate Crash Course for DaVinci Resolve Colorists. Link in bio.