David Shapton of RedShark News writes a post about the importance of color grading in conveying the mood and meaning of high-quality television.
He writes, “The look of a production can have as much an effect as music or even the tone of the script. It sets the scene, literally. It can guide or enhance our emotional response to what we’re seeing on the screen. Since we’re normally in a state of suspended reality (some say it’s similar to a hypnotic trance) when we’re watching a film, it’s not surprising that color can have a much deeper effect than merely stimulating our retinas.”
Read the full story here.