At its core, colour theory is the study of how colours interact with one another. Understanding how colours work together can help you create a visually appealing and effective colour palette. There are three primary elements of colour theory: hue, saturation, and brightness. Hue refers to the actual colour of an object, such as red, blue, or yellow. Saturation refers to the intensity or purity of a colour. A highly saturated colour is bright and vivid, while a desaturated colour is more muted. Brightness, or value, refers to the lightness or darkness of a colour. In colour theory, several models describe colour relationships, including the…
Matt Mahmood-Ogston - Freelance Colourist London
Colour Grading London is a service that delivers Hollywood quality, cinematic colour to independent filmmakers, agencies, non-profits and corporate video teams. Breathe new energy into your production with the same advanced colour techniques used in big budget blockbusters and high-end TV commercials.
Hello, I’m Matt and I’m a Freelance Colourist (Colour Grader) based in London. I’m passionate about helping you realise your creative vision with breathtaking colour.
I use the same Colour Correction and Grading tools used in popular Hollywood films. If your project is a documentary, film or video please get in touch for a free, no obligation consultation.
Competitive daily or fixed project rates are available for all sizes of colour grading and colour correction project.