Posts Tagged ‘color grading’
Experienced colorists can pull fast keys to ensure sessions moves at a fast pace. Here are a couple of actionable tips to make sure your keys are effective.
More than just a mouse alternative, a stylus may actually improve your work – especially in regards to video editing, compositing, motion design and color grading.
Here’s Part 2 of our peek into getting retro-cool Instagram looks in DaVinci Resolve.
Popular photo-manipulation apps like Instagram have built-in filters to jazz up normally mundane shots. These looks can be created in DaVinci Resolve, giving your video projects a hip, trendy feel.
Get a quick overview of LUTs in this quick video featuring felines.
While Lightroom and Photoshop are certainly amazing programs for editing photos it’s a little known fact that you can color grade video in both programs.
Create extreme color looks in DaVinci Resolve. In this post we share a technique for achieiving the stylized bleach bypass look, reminsent of films like 300 and Sin City.
Want the look of professional video editing and motion design effects without the cost? These 5 plugin alternatives can save you time and money in post.
Give your career a boost with expert advice from legendary cinematographers. In this post we’ve rounded up videos from several Hollywood legends.
The isolated color look is a unique color grading look used to great effect in movies like Pleasantville and Sin City. It involves keeping one or several colors intact while completely or partially desaturating the rest of the image. Let’s jump into a one-color grade in DaVinci Resolve.
If you’re interested in learning more about what it takes to be a colorist, keep an eye on the things colorists’ tweet.
Shooting day for night is a technique that has been around for ages, however many filmmakers make critical mistakes both during production and post that completely give away the effect.