What makes a good colorist? While you don’t have to have a degree to be a successful colorist, most have an artistic educational background. It’s easy to learn software, but a deep understanding of light and color requires more training. It’s not uncommon for colorists to have art degrees, film degrees, or no degree at all.
What qualifications do you need to be a colorist? Although there is no formal training or qualification for this job, a Graphic Design, Visual Art or Photography related degree might be beneficial. Where can it take you? The role itself is quite specialised and very good Colourists working on big-budget projects can earn significant amounts.
Are colorists artists?
What is a junior colorist? The Junior Colorist works closely with Creative, Color and Post teams – supporting the color and display systems and rooms that enable creative leads to perform productively during color timing and review sessions.