When images are your reputation, you can’t afford to be a colour chancer. Colour Management is an essential part of digital darkroom workflow. Whether you’re an enthusiast or seasoned pro, Scan can supply the tools and the expertise that allow you to extract the best quality from your photographs, graphic design and video, maintaining your vision from sensor to screen and beyond. Take control of your digital colour. Contact Scan Pro Video for advice about colour managed workflow solutions.
Camera reference targets, device calibration and professional displays are some of the tools we use in a colour-critical pipeline to maintain both the technical and artistic intentions of the imaging professional. The human eye is a remarkable organ, adapting to brightness and white balance colour shifts almost instantly. Unfortunately this ability can mask colour casts on displays. Relying on hardware calibration to known industry standards is the only way to maintain accurate colour rendering across digital devices. A properly calibrated monitor is an easy first step to achieving managed colour workflow. The effect of colour is both profound and subtle; viewing your shots in the correct colour space (source and target gamut) allows you to make decisions with confidence, and ensure your story gets told the way you intended. Contact Scan Pro Video for advice about colour managed workflow solutions.
During camera prep, on your cart, through color timing or on camera, the LUT Box and BMD MiniConverter 6G allow DITs and colourists to give everyone the right look. Apply custom looks, colour and gamma changes in realtime for on set monitoring.
Camera reference targets, device calibration and professional displays are some of the tools we use in a colour-critical pipeline to maintain both the technical and artistic intentions of the imaging professional. Scan Pro Video supply a range of indispensable tools for photographers and filmmakers with industry standard test charts including colour checker, greyscale and grey / white balance charts. For use in the field, on-set and post production, when images are your reputation, you can't afford to be a colour chancer.