Posts Tagged ‘color grading’
The Sony a7S II is one of the most popular mirrorless cameras on the market for video, but it calls for some extra color grading in post to get the footage looking just right. Here’s how you can get great results.
These FREE LUTs are perfect for professional video editors. Make your footage more cinematic with these free color grading tools.
We sat down with colorist Patrick Inhofer to discuss his color grading process and how new colorists can jump into the color industry.
Color correction can be a very frustrating process for those without much post-production experience, but using a color chart on set can make things much easier in DaVinci Resolve.
When attempting to warm up footage in post, many inexperienced colorists will take a wrong turn and wind up giving their footage a sepia look. Here’s how to avoid that issue entirely.
Increasingly, video editors are color grading on laptops and desktops instead of utilizing accurate, calibrated displays. Here’s how to make this reality work for you.
The creative process can be an absolute grind when trying to develop a film or video project. Let these production videos stoke your creative fires!
We interviewed pro colorist Alexis Van Hurkman and asked him to share how an aspiring colorist can tap into the competitive world of color grading.
Working with two completely different cameras? Here are some tips for color matching your footage using Adobe SpeedGrade.
Compound clips are a great way to group multiple clips together in DaVinci Resolve. Here’s how to use them.
For long-form DaVinci Resolve projects, one of the easiest ways to get up and running involves using the powerful scene cut detection feature.
DaVinci Resolve may be known as one of the world’s best color grading platforms, but its compositing/chroma key tools are just as impressive.