In this first part of our six-part video series The DaVinci Resolve 15 Crash Course, we’ll get you started with . . . well, what you need …
Color wheels are certainly the primary grading tool in DaVinci Resolve, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore curves altogether.
We’ve asked before if making a film by yourself is possible. Well, it’s been a couple of years, and the technology has advanced, so we’re asking again …
The imperfections are part of the charm of archival footage. However, sometimes they can be a bit much. Resolve has the solution.
Each iteration of Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve has become more efficient than the last. In 15, it’s the shared node that makes the difference.
Is your machine struggling to play back media in DaVinci Resolve at the correct frame rate? If so, you may need to use optimized media.
If you already own a GH5, is the V-Log activation code worth your money? We break down its value for the filmmaker on a budget. GH5 V-Log …
Edits are cuts in the “reality” of a film or television show, so they should be jarring. So why don’t we really notice them?
Do you need to remove some unwanted elements from your footage? DaVinci Resolve 15’s Patch Replacer has got the fix you need.
What is a pancake lens, and should you be using one? In this write-up, we cover everything you should consider before attaching one to your camera.
Are you hesitant about the latest firmware update for the Panasonic GH5? Here are a few reasons why you should take the plunge.