About me

Eniko is a DI colorist based in Austria with a unique path that fuses her love for film with her background in science. Despite her early fascination with cinema, she pursued her interest in mathematics, eventually earning a PhD in mathematical biology. However, fate had more colorful plans for her!

Her background became a valuable asset for exploring color science and building a solid technical foundation in color grading. It also taught her to attend to small details while keeping the big picture in mind.

Eniko specializes in narrative work, primarily in feature and short films. Yet, her experience extends to music videos, documentaries, and commercials, both in digital and analog film grading. She also enjoys involvement during a film’s pre-production phase, working closely with directors and cinematographers in shaping the film’s visual identity.

For Eniko, color grading represents a harmonious blend of art and science, achieved through creative collaboration with others.

Services provided:

color grading
viewingLUT/showLUT development
DCTL coding

How can color enhance your story?

Color is a powerful storytelling tool that can help you convey characters, emotions, and environments, and transform the visual aspects of your narrative. It allows you to manipulate the audience’s perception and emotional response, making it an essential component of visual storytelling. The possibilities are endless!

Take a look at some of these before/after images!

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create visual character

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change mood

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day to night

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match references

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film print emulation

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Kodak aerochrome experimentation

Viewing LUT

Viewing LUTs allow the cinematographer and the production team to see an approximation of how the final color and tone of the image will appear in post-production. This helps in making real-time decisions about lighting, composition, and maintaining a consistent look throughout the shoot. 

Viewing LUTs play a crucial role in assessing the exposure and dynamic range of the footage. To ensure reliability in this process, it is imperative that these LUTs are crafted to the highest technical standards, providing cinematographers with a dependable reference point for their work.

Developing these LUTs in the pre-production phase also streamlines the post-production process by giving colorists a starting point for the final look, saving time and resources during color grading.