On 18th February at 6.00pm GMT (10.00am PST, 1.00pm EST), Televisual and Mission are hosting a seminar exploring best practice HDR colour management from prep, through on-set, edit and grade.
In previous Televisual-hosted seminars we have touched upon how delivering a planned and closely managed colour pipeline for HDR is essential to the smooth (and cost efficient) delivery of HDR for high-end television and film.
With some of the film and television industry’s leading HDR practitioners, this seminar is a high-impact, practical 45minute exploration of what colourists, colour supervisors, DITs and all involved in managing the colour pipeline can do to mitigate against error. All of our expert panellists have detailed experiences to share of working on high-profile HDR productions. The session starts by looking at common issues that can occur on-set and goes on to show how they can be avoided at every stage in the pipe and always with a view to the final HDR deliverable. And how best practice and the use of HDR monitoring and test and measurement tools supports the director and team’s creative intent.
In 45minutes, we hope to give you straight forward, practical guidance advice that you can apply in your next production. We hope you can join us.
Asa Shoul, Colourist, Warner Bros De Lane Lea (Netflix’ The Crown, all seasons, FX’ Devs and Netflix’ Behind Her Eyes)
Tom Mitchell, Technical Director, Mission (Mission are responsible for many high-profile HDR productions with recent credits including Netflix’ Rebecca, Netflix’ Enola Holmes and Netflix’ Emma)
Paco Ramos, Head of Colour, Mission (Amazon’s Unfortunate Stories, Netflix’ Hache, Season 2 and Movistar’s Reyes de la Noche)
James Bennett, Managing Director, Televisual
Who should attend: Colourists, Colour Supervisors, DITs and all involved in managing the colour pipeline. This session is just as relevant to those with previous HDR experience as well as those looking at their first HDR project.
Benefits of attendance: Understand common issues in HDR production from prep, through on-set and grade and the practical steps you can take to protect the director’s creative intent with the use of the right technology and process. This is a to-the-point seminar with an emphasis on monitoring and test and measurement and how this is best applied.
The session is being hosted by Televisual and Mission
The session is sponsored by Leader Instruments and Sony
And supported by Band Pro Film & Digital in the USA and Big Pic Media in the UK
Be part of it and attend the session on Thursday, 18th February at 6.00pm GMT, 10.00am PST, 1.00pm EST
Find out more about Sony HDR monitoring at
Find out more about Leader Instruments test and measurement products at