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The Color Tour Podcast is a relaxed chat with professional working color grading artists based in different locations around the globe. Warren Eagles visits their city and chats in their grading room and a local bar. The podcast focuses on the creative side of grading and looks at what inspires and motivates each colorist.

Warren Eagles' Color Tour Podcast Warren Eagles/International Colorist Academy

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The Color Tour Podcast is a relaxed chat with professional working color grading artists based in different locations around the globe. Warren Eagles visits their city and chats in their grading room and a local bar. The podcast focuses on the creative side of grading and looks at what inspires and motivates each colorist.

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 13: Chema Alba, Madrid, Spain

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 13: Chema Alba, Madrid, Spain

    Chema Alba is one of Spain’s premier color graders. Chema talks about the transition from film grader to coloring Netflix TV shows. He started out at a film scanning company. Handling film gave him the taste for colouring so he pursued the big manufactures to loan him a machine so he could practice.

    This showed his enthusiasm, because at the time he wasn’t a colorist and the systems were over $300,000!

    • 52 min
    Color Tour Podcast Episode 12: Marc Wielage, Hollywood USA

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 12: Marc Wielage, Hollywood USA

    Marc Wielage is a veteran Colorist based in Hollywood. He has been grading for 40 years and has the credits and stories to prove it. The chat starts at his shop in Hollywood before moving to legendary Hollywood restaurant Canters. Lots of people know him from the many different color forums he follows. Marc has helped many colorists at all levels, so this is a chance to get his backstory.

    • 1 tim. 18 min
    Color Tour Podcast Episode 11: Leo Otero, in Bogota.

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 11: Leo Otero, in Bogota.

    Leo Otero is a master colorist working in Bogota, Colombia. He has his own facility called 2.35.

    Leo works mainly on movies and longform projects. Warren chats with Leo in his Bogota Post House before taking the short walk to a local bar where is joined with Diego Yhama from Colombia and Javier Guevara from Argentina. What is it like colouring in South America an how does each country differ

    • 47 min
    Color Tour Podcast Episode 10: Dario Bigi, in The East Village.

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 10: Dario Bigi, in The East Village.

    This episode really gets to the heart of what the Color Tour Podcast is all about.

    Dario Bigi is New York through and through. Born in Queens he has been an East Village resident for over 20 years now. He is an owner operator and runs his

    grading shop out of his apartment. Dario is the first CT Podcast colorist who hasn’t come via the traditional telecine grading route. We move from his rooftop to his grading set up. Before venturing 200 yards down the street to a swanky East Village cocktail bar.

    • 1 tim. 2 min
    Color Tour Podcast Episode 9: Kevin Shaw, in Beijing

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 9: Kevin Shaw, in Beijing

    Kevin Shaw has been a colorist for over 30 years. He has worked full-time in London, Italy and Switzerland, and also started the da-vinci training academy in Florida. Kevin co founded the International Colorist Academy and is a driving force behind the Colorist Society International. He currently lives in London, but we took this opportunity to record the Podcast whilst in Beijing last year.

    • 33 min
    Color Tour Podcast Episode 8: Eric Whipp & Wade Odlum, Alter Ego Post in Toronto

    Color Tour Podcast Episode 8: Eric Whipp & Wade Odlum, Alter Ego Post in Toronto

    Alter Ego is one of the premier post facilities in the world. Based in Toronto, Alter Ego was founded 10 years ago by Australian Colorists Eric Whipp and Wade Odlum. They specialise in colouring on Baselight but the facility has grown to add VFX and production to it's roster. The guys balance colouring TVCs, managing over 50 staff, and still manage to grade blockbuster feature films…..how do they do it?

    • 1 tim. 4 min

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