“Colour is a means of exerting direct influence on the soul.” - Wassily Kandinsky
First project done!!! I had a lot of fun with this, it was nice to go back to my color theory days! This week was inspired by and dedicated to one of the pioneers of abstract painting, Wassily Kandinsky (SWIPE RIGHT FOR INSPO PIC)
He was committed to conveying the depth of human emotion and spirituality through abstract forms and colors that transcended cultural and physical boundaries. He inspires me to always think outside the box, and he reminds me why I love art and art making in general: to connect with others and to always strive to share an experience with any and all.
“Garage Jazz”, 2019. Acrylic on canvas. 8x10.
INSPIRATION (2nd pic): “Violett” by Wassily Kandinsky, 1923.
#art #paint #painting #abstract #colortheory #color #fineart #ArtForLent
Today I started my new job and honestly I am absolutely thrilled! I am so excited for this new adventure and starting with this color theory class was the best way to start it! We did a color theory class and I created this look using ONLY the palette in the last photo. A FULL FACE using strictly the primary colors, black and white. It was so challenging but so rewarding to see the finished look. @sennacosmetics #colortheory #makeup #makeupartist #newadventure #newjob #primarycolors #proud
#TheRavenHotel. #AlteredCarbon #Netflix.
#Cinematographer #NevilleKidd illuminated the dystopian landscape with ever-mutating blasts of color and shadow in accordance with executive producer #LaetaKalogridis’s creative brief. “Laeta wanted Altered Carbon to have this futuristic noir kind of feel, but we didn’t want it to be too dark,” says Kidd. “We used color to show that people are attacked visually from all sides and being over-stimulated by things like 3-D hologram advertising.” Kidd and co-cinematographer #MartinAhlgren infused many Altered Carbonsequences with teal, blue and greenish-blue cyan tones. “The moonlight’s been hijacked by all the holograms and advertising and moving traffic,” says Kidd. “Martin and I tried to keep it busy and create a world that really sucked the viewer in to the emotional journey of Joel Kinnamen’s character. That’s what you do as a DP you take the show runner’s vision, the director’s storytelling, and then you add your visuals to lure the audience in for the duration for the show.
Altered Carbon‘s moody color scheme comes to life on the small screen courtesy of the #Alexa65 large format digital camera. Kidd, now in Toronto to work on Ellen Page’s new series The Umbrella Academy, says “The 65 has this fantastic sensor that gave us much more depth of color and allowed us to capture a much more cinematic look.” The difference between standard TV visuals and Altered Carbon imagery comes down to information, he says. “The 65 sensor gave us 13 times the amount of data you’d get from a normal Alexa. We gained a lot of control over the color and depth of field, and a much more subtle range of colors including the red tones.” @altcarbnetflix #vfxlozes
#filmandcolor #colorfilm #colortheory #colorpalettes #colorgrading #colorgram #cinematography #productiondesign #bts #filmmakers
#filmlighting #behindthescenes #gafferlife
#directorofphotography #reddigitalcinema #camerarig