I recently colored a TNT doc called "Jennifer Lopez: Neighborhood Sessions." One of the great things about it was that director Danny Clinch decided to shoot a lot of it using a 16mm camera. It really gave a great vintage feel to some of the b-roll. In order to unify all of the mixed video and 16mm footage, we gave the video footage a very slight grain, which subtly tied everything together. Below is the trailer:
Josh Kanuck | Freelance Colorist | Editor | NYC
Josh Kanuck is a freelance DI colorist and online editor working in NYC, New York City.
Josh is a Freelance Colorist in NYC New York. From Michael Moore's Sicko to ABC's David Blaine: Real or Magic, Josh has done it all.
As a freelance color grader, Josh has worked on a wide range of projects that include Broadcast Television, Commercials, Branded Content, Documentaries, Indie Films, Music Videos, and Promos. His experience with such diverse content from simple color correction to complicated color grades, gives josh the unique ability to find the right "look" for any project.
His network credits include work for ABC, PBS/Nature, Nat Geo, Animal Planet, CNN, Biography, A&E, SPIKE, and OWN. His commercial clients include Gap, Verizon, TRESemmé, Bacardi, Volkswagen, Nexxus, Grey Goose, Amex, and Quicksilver.
For the 84th Academy Awards, Josh colored 3 short interview vignettes directed by Money Ball's Bennett Miller. When he’s not coloring, Josh spends most of his free time cooking and repairing his vintage motorcycles. He lives and works in New York City.