How ‘Westworld’ Colorist Shane Harris Developed the Look of Shogun World


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There are certainly challenges involved in color grading the most popular show on television.


It’s been a long road for colorist Shane Harris. From a cold-calling marketing gig straight out of college to being a Color Assist and “graduating” to Encore Hollywood’s Senior Colorist, Harris has now landed a gig on one of television’s most coveted projects: being the colorist on HBO’s highly acclaimed Westworld.



Whether you’re an aspiring colorist or an emerging cinematographer (or simply curious about the visually stunning, cinematic look of Westworld‘s second season), you will find of insight in our brief chat with Harris, which took place at Encore’s flagship post-production facility in Hollywood, where Harris spends his days (and frequently nights) color grading.





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