This is the latest demo reel for Director of Photography Cody Cuellar. His works include feature films, commercials, music videos and short films. Most of the footage in this reel was shot with the Red Epic or Red One cameras. Cody is available for hire with our Red Epic camera, along with package deals for DP, DIT and Epic rentals. Contact us now for more information.
We are proud to show you Red Sky Pictures newest demo reel showcasing our Film, TV and Commercial color correction services. We grade in the professional software Davinci Resolve utilizing high-end computer systems and hardware, which gives us unparalleled control to make the necessary color adjustments for creative and technical purposes.
Bringing your project to us for a dedicated color correction pass is a necessary step to finishing your film, commercial, or documentary. No camera has the proper controls, and no production has the time or budget necessary to get the look 100% in camera. Additionally, most of the time editors are working off of low res or “proxy” files that are nowhere near the resolution and quality necessary for your finished project. During color correction at Red Sky Pictures, we conform your project back to the original, highest quality version of the media before beginning any work. We can start from scratch building new looks to your creative taste, or work from the starting point the production team carefully crafted on set.
Red Sky Pictures recently completed color correction on a new suspense-thriller independent feature film trailer for “The Insomniac.” Written by Eddy Salazar and directed by Monty Miranda, this intense new film stars Eddy Salazar, Clare Grant, Danny Trejo, and John Heard.
Color Correction is one of the most important, yet oftentimes overlooked and under-budgeted aspect of filmmaking in the non-studio market. With today’s digital cameras, professional grade color correction will make a world of difference with any type of production. The quality of today’s high-end cameras – such as the Red Epic, Red One, or Arri Alexa to name a few – is astonishing and according to some, even surpasses film. These cameras are able to acquire so much data that the images don’t look good to our eyes right out of the camera because they look too “flat” and “desaturated.” This allows an extreme amount of creative freedom in post-production but also requires a lot of time to achieve the right looks. I’ll show some visual examples below first, then explain how the color grading process can help your specific project. Continue reading →
After years in the making and half a life-time of dedication to the story of the Amityville house haunting, we have watched our fellow filmmaker Eric Walter from conception to completion of this incredible feature documentary, “My Amityville Horror.” The film explores the psyche of the oldest child of Kathy and George Lutz, Daniel, thirty-seven years after the strange occurrences at the infamous Amityville home. It will be the first account of any family member other than Kathy and George since the family fled the house in 1976.