Posts Tagged ‘color grading’
In this post we share a quick tip for color balancing your video footage! Good judgment is often the most important ‘tool’ for picking a white and black point in your video clips.
In this quick tutorial you’ll learn how to white balance video footage in Premiere Pro – an essential tip for ALL Premiere Pro video editors.
Discover how to create a Hollywood Blockbuster style color grade in DaVinci Resolve. In this video tutorial you’ll see several films that use this color grade, get some info on color theory and discover how to apply these principles to practice in Resolve.
Know the science and psychology behind color temperature and you’ll better know how to use it in your film and video projects. Check out this super informative tutorial on understanding color temperature!
Got a few minutes to spare while rendering? Check out these 5 sites that can provide quick info or entertainment, perfect for video editors!
Spotmaps provide a quick way to see a color palette of an entire film. Discover how these unique color maps can be used to think critically about the use of color in your own projects.
In this post we share the workflow for a quick color matching plugin in Premiere Pro and After Effects. A huge timesaver for multi camera shoots!
In this post, we break down an interesting color grading look used in a recent music video. See how to create a dynamic black and white, split channel color grade WITHOUT 3rd party video editing plugins.
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 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!