Posts Tagged ‘davinci’
The DaVinci Resolve motion tracker is fast and simple to use. Let’s explore how to get the most out of this already amazing tool.
A color grading control surface is an essential piece of gear for professional color correction. Here are five good reasons why.
As the high resolution 4K TV market grows, let’s take a look at some of the factors that influence playback in DaVinci Resolve.
Using offline clips is important when establishing yourself as a serious colorist. Learn how in this DaVinci Resolve Tutorial.
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.
Use Remote Grades is a simple but powerful feature that remains a bit hidden in Resolve’s current form. Let’s learn how to access and use it.
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.
A golden, sunkissed look is something all colorists should have in their toolbox. In this post we explore a range of grading options to get this effect.
With an abundance of color software options more and more filmmakers, DPs, and editors are able to properly color their footage without breaking the bank.
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.
DaVinci Resolve has a little-known tool known as Split Screen which can be useful at various points in your color grading sessions.
If you’re regularly experiencing dropped frames and sluggish performance, Resolve has a Render Cache feature that renders corrections for smoother playback.