High end TV and Movie productions are now made for HDR distribution in both Cinema and Television.
There are several HDR Tv distribution formats supported by the TV set makers and
several HDR Cinema Solutions coming to the market.
The experts at Film light will highlight the benefits and pitfalls of HDR / WCG grading
for the various standards in the market.
HDR and WCG production has been under way for some time and falls out of the capability
of high end Digital Camera Systems to record raw data from the sensors or log encoded data. (log-c, Slog3, Panalog etc).
Preparing content for these systems can be confusing with initial targets of 1000 Nits brightness for TV and 100 Nits for Cinema with extended blacks plus the ITU 2020 Colour space in addition to P3 and 709.
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Daniele Siragusano spent almost five years at CinePostproduction in Munich, rising to Head of Technology. Over three years ago, Daniele joined FilmLight as a workflow consultant and image engineer, helping existing and potential customers achieve the best productivity and creativity in their own unique setups. Daniele has been instrumental in developing the HDR grading and colour management tools inside Baselight.
Andy Minuth graduated from Stuttgart Media University and worked his way up from dailies to senior DI colourist at CinePost in Munich, where he pioneered ACES. For the last 3 years he was Lead Colourist at 1000 Volt in Istanbul. His colour-portfolio contains several hundred TVCs including brands like CocaCola, Toyota and Samsung as well as numerous feature films. He recently joined FilmLight as Colour Workflow Specialist.
Manette Street bridges Charing Cross Road and Greek Street.
The Film Light offices are at the Greek Street end of Manette Street.
From Tottenham Court Road Station you need to walk down Charing Cross Road -
This may be difficult with Crossrail/Elizabeth Line work-
Manette Street is the second turn on the right - after the A40 has come in from the left
Filmlight are on the right
Alternatively exit Tottenham Court Road Station exit 1 then West along Oxford Street,
turn left into Soho Streat - skirt the left (East) side of Soho Square and into Greek Street
Manette Street is first on the left - as is Film Light
From Leicester Square Station walk north up teh left hand (West) side of Charing Cross Road -
cross Shaftsbury Avenue and coninues up Charing Cross road.
Manette Street is on the left after Foyles
Filmlight are on the right