bob sliga’s scone looks for color!

Holy moly, this announcement is hot off Steve Hullfish’s ColorList presses as of Dec 11 @ 11:49am:

If anyone is interested in taking a look at my new Color Looks called the Scone Looks™ there are 4 Podcasts that preview the looks on You Tube. Just do a search for Scone Looks.

The Scone Looks™ are presets and effects users can apply to their clips for Color 1.5
483 preset looks total.
135 Primary looks which can be used in the Primary In or Out rooms.
195 Secondary Room Looks including 23 preset glows, skin softening, blue sky enhancement looks, ect.
92 CFX Looks including 2 and 3 defocus vignettes. All the CFX looks are also de-interlaced.
61 finished Grades that include a number of combination of grading techniques and effects.
12 Podcasts for beginning and advanced color correction techniques. As well as how to use and adjust the looks.
They will be available soon.

I’m just trying to make color correction easier for users of Color 1.5


This is a big wow for yours truly.  That’s a crap ton of professionally (expertly) designed Color presets.  Plus the courtesy of video tutorials explaining how to tweak them!

For those of you who don’t know him (and I’ve never met him, just heard of him from mumblings in the dark halls of DC post production houses and  the Apple Pro-Trainer listserv), Bob Sliga is “…an experienced colorist who was involved in the development of Apple Color and recently went out on his own after being part of the Apple Color team.” [Creative Cow] Additionally, the Pixel Brothers produced an interview / color grading session with Mr. Sliga and posted it back on April 9th.  Click the image for the video:

The Scone Looks include single click awesomeness to correct a bevy of typical footage issues, here’s Mr. Sliga’s updated YouTube demo…

Check out the comments for full how-to-buy info from Bob Sliga himself.

proactively • poised to step up my color grading game • peter

8 Responses to “bob sliga’s scone looks for color!”

  1. 1 Bob Sliga
    January 4, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    Sorry I pulled the earlier YouTube Links to the Podcast because I had to make a change. The New ink is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzDRKVoB6VA

    The Scone Looks are available.
    To buy the looks email sconelooks@comcast.net and type Buy Looks in the subject line.
    Then tell me what Scone Looks you want to Purchase.
    Deposit the amount in the sconelooks@comcast.net PayPal account.
    When I get the email from PayPal I send out the selected looks and links to all 16 Podcasts.

    Primary Looks $49
    Secondary Looks $49
    CFX and Grades $49.
    Or all 3 for $110..

    These looks are designed to get you results quickly without the worry of interlace hassles.

    Any questions just email me at sconelook@comcast.net


  2. February 27, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    Wow!! Just what I have been waiting for. I am interested in buying all three. This is my first time using PayPal(excuse my ignorance) and I will like some information in doing so. Do you have a seperate dvd tutorial? If so, I would like to buy it as well. Thanks and hope to hear from you.

    Luis E. Gomez

  3. March 6, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    Bob: Got a mail delivery error message on your sconelooks@comcast.net account:

    Please advise as to the correct email.

    Looking forward to your response. I’ve sent your email on LINKED IN as well.


    President, DCFCPUG

  4. July 20, 2010 at 12:51 pm

    Before and after movies are now available to show the different Scone Looks. Simply log on to http://www.classondemand.net/sconepreviews/ and follow the links. This will show you exactly what the Scone Looks can do for your images.

    • 5 psalvia
      July 20, 2010 at 1:40 pm

      Cool, thanks for the update Bob! The previews are very well done, and awesome of you for including your tutorials in the player as well. Those tutorials are incredibly powerful and efficient. The best businessmen know how to give back to the community and you are exemplary of doing that, kudos.

  5. August 17, 2010 at 12:27 pm

    Hey Bob. Looks like a great product. Will it work with Color 1.0.4?
    Thanks! Eero

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