Discover the latest color grading techniques and get expert advice from industry pros.
Premiere Pro gets powerful new workspaces with better After Effects and Audition integration.
Some projects look best in color. Some are better in black and white. But what if you need something more?
This is an amazing piece of equipment for photo editors, but will the Palette Gear stand out for video editors?
Make your video look like film with these awesome grain packs online.
Pixar in a Box introduces the principles of filmmaking with interesting and accessible courses.
Learn how to add LUTs to the Premiere Pro dropdown menu — with 35 Free LUTs.
Switch between EF, PL, and B4 mounts with the new URSA Mini Pro video camera, and grade footage on the go with the two new DaVinci Resolve panels.
Get a glimpse behind the curtain and learn about the magic art of colorizing old B&W footage with the digital color artist at POP COLORTURE.
Plenty can go wrong when you’re trying to capture a perfectly exposed shot of the sky. Fortunately, DaVinci Resolve makes it easy to nail your desired look in post.
Color grading doesn’t have to be a mystery. These programs and plugins make the process faster and easier than ever.
The Academy Color Encoding System aims to be the filmmaking industry standard for managing color.
For most videographers, there’s really no need to build out a full color grading suite. Use these color tools instead — and then put them away when you’re done!