How can you excel as a color-blind creative?
Michael Henry is an old friend and a veteran filmmaker best known for his feature film debut, Blame, which was selected for entry into numerous top film festivals worldwide.
During our conversation, Michael discusses what it’s like to be a color-blind creative, building trust with your team, and the essential nature of tonality in cinematography.
About this podcast
Learn More About Michael Henry
- Michael Henry’s IMDB credits
- Blame IMDB listing
- What is Color Blindness? – The American Academy of Opthalmology’s explanation
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- 15 Minutes with Tattoo Artist Jhon Gutti: The Color Timer Podcast – A recent podcast episode also had great insights on working with a tri-tonal palette.
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