Posts Tagged ‘color correction’
The next version of Adobe Premiere Pro will feature the ability to quickly apply LOOK presets created in color grading applications – potentially a big timesaver for those looking to speed up their post production workflow.
It’s easy to give your digital video a film look in Premiere Pro! In this tutorial we show you how to expriment with blending modes and opacity to make your video image pop!
Step up your color grading game! Check out these interviews with today’s leading colorists as they share their worthwhile advice and experiences.
We’ve rounded up video tutorials to get you started with color grading in Baselight! See how you can get pro level color grading from within your NLE.
We’ve rounded up a few great resources showing real world examples of how a tweak to color and contrast can make your creative work stand out!
Check out these 3 mobile apps that will greatly improve your color grading skills and knowledge on the go. Best of all, they’re FREE!
Discover which color grading monitor is right for you. In this roundup of color grading resources we show you where to get the best info on reference monitors from leading professional colorists.
Master Powergrades in DaVinci Resolve! In this post, we discuss how to create modify and share Powergrades in Resolve. Save time and color grade like a pro!
Get a jumpstart on working with DaVinci Resolve in this informative tutorial by professional colorist Dan Moran. Discover the most efficient way to start grading your video footage. Special attention is paid to working with the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
Check out this post for a TON of useful info about working with the vectorscope when color correcting and color grading your video footage. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to read the Premiere Pro vectorscope, as well as use it for correcting skin tones.
In this post, in our ongoing series on the Autodesk Smoke ConnectFX Nodes, we tackle Colored Frame, Combine, Color Curves and Compound. Useful information for working with color and compositing in Smoke!
In this post we show you how to improve the look and consistency of your video editing footage using the Premiere Pro reference monitor. Also, we’ll show you how to access the Premiere video scopes for most accurate color correction!