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Corinne Bogdanowicz Joins Light Iron As DI Colorist


Corinne Bogdanowicz
Corinne Bogdanowicz has joined Light Iron as a DI colorist at its new facility in Hollywood. Bogdanowicz comes to Light Iron from DreamWorks Animation, where she re-mastered the first three installments of the Shrek franchise and Ku Fu Panda for stereo conversion. Prior to Dreamworks, she worked in the feature film and trailer DI departments at post facilities Prime Focus and Pacific Title.

Bogdanowicz recently completed the color correction on Steven Soderbergh‘s Haywire at Light Iron, which hits theaters nationwide in January 2012.

“I’m really excited to work alongside a great team,” said Bogdanowicz. “The DI industry is changing very rapidly, and as an artist, I’m encouraged by Light Iron’s focus on promoting my entire skill set during a DI session.”

For Bogdanowicz, color management and manipulation seems to run in the family. Her father Mitch Bogdanowicz is a color scientist who worked on some of the first color calibrations at the onset of DI during his tenure with Kodak. Her sister, Jill Bogdanowicz, is a well-respected colorist at another Hollywood postproduction facility.

“Corinne is a very talented colorist,” says Light Iron CEO, Michael Cioni. “She has a strong background in compositing and visual effects, which is a critical component of next-gen finishing artists.”

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