I'm a bit in a panic and hopeing maybe to find some help here. I'm pretty ignorant about scratch.
I'm the director on a feature film shot on red and being color corrected on scratch in 2k for 35 output. And I'm a bit concerned about what i'm seeing.As I'm overseas, actually work in Kenya in Africa, I can't see the process day - to - day. Our co-producers sent us some quicktime outputs... but to me, in addition to other issues, they look quite dark on the skin tones, they are black faces. The blacks almost looked crushed. In the past i was told that on scratch it looks more de-saturated, and darker... then on 35. but is this true? I'm having doubts, as if what i see is what i get on 35, i'm not liking it.
I imagine there is some way that the look can be similar in scratch to approximate 35? or no? What is the best advice? I'm unable to go see the process directly, so what should i do to make sure my film doesn't look like sh*t?
Any and all suggestions appreciated.