Posts Tagged ‘DaVinci Resolve’
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!
Composite Modes make it incredibly easy to edit overlay effects and elements in DaVinci Resolve. Just follow these three simple steps!
Color grading long, extensive projects is made easy with this simple solution for moving from Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve without rendering.
You’ve underexposed your shot and now it’s too dark to tell what’s going on. Don’t panic. Instead, use these techniques to correct underexposed footage.
Follow along as pro colorist Rob Bessette guides a tour of his color suite at Boston’s Finish Post. Discover workflow secrets and explore a real-deal professional environment.
You’ve overexposed your shot. Now what? Thankfully, all is not lost. Use these techniques to salvage overexposed footage.
What is a digital colorist? What are they responsible for? Let’s take a look at the ever-changing duties of colorists in film and video production.
DaVinci Resolve is more than just the world’s best color grading platform — it’s a professional video editing software too. Editors are making the switch. Here’s why.
The Tangent Ripple Color Grading Surface is one of the most anticipated devices of 2016 — and now the user reviews are pouring in. So, what’s the word?