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Creating Better Pictures: HDR Color Grading & Mastering

November 15, 2016 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM PST

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Technology is changing the way we post and view images. It’s the biggest leap forward in picture quality since the move to HD. Learn what it takes to create stunning content for this new game changing format.

  • Understanding what HDR is and is not.
  • Color Management & ACES for HDR.
  • Post Workflow.
  • Creative Color Grading in HDR.
  • HDR Delivery.


Date and Time: November 15, 2016 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM PST
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Keith Roush

Keith Roush is a 2015 HPA-nominated award-winning Senior Colorist. Many of Keith’s clients have been recipients of Oscars, Grammys and other awards. Recently, he colored graded a few films that have had great success and grossed more than $200+ million at the box office. He has also worked with some of the industry’s top talent including Steven Spielberg. Keith has a passion for color grading beautiful images and knows his purpose in life is to help filmmakers make stunning films that make an impact.

As Founder & CEO of ROUSH Media, over the last 15 years Keith has pushed the creative and technological boundaries of DI post-production. He has pioneered more efficient and higher quality workflows with his command of image science, computer technology and workflow. In his pursuit to create a better experience for the audience, he is currently working on 4K HDR and HFR projects along with the creation of stunning images for films.

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