What I Do
Daria Fissoun, CSI is a London-based colorist, compositor, and certified DaVinci Resolve trainer with 12 years of post production experience. She specialises in commercial video projects (past clients include Microsoft, Nike, and Konami) and has worked on both US and UK feature productions, including a role as a post-production engineer on several Disney+ films.
Earlier in her career, Daria was also involved in the educational sector. She instructed on various post-production topics, including compositing, motion graphic animation and colour grading. She has been a staff member or guest lecturer at film and media schools throughout London, including SAE Institute London, MET Film School, Central Film School, and London South Bank University.
Daria currently develops training materials for Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve software and has written The Colorist Guide for Davinci Resolve since its first release in 2019. In her spare time, she records and uploads video tutorials on post-production techniques in Davinci Resolve on her YouTube channel, DaVinci Master Key.
Tutorials by Daria Fissoun CSI
7 tutorials found.
Mixing Light Contributors discuss bias lighting and the topics associated with LEDs and perception with Jason Rosenfeld of MediaLight.
How do you *accurately* monitor a color-managed image from Fusion on your external monitor? Colorist Daria Fissoun teaches the workflow.
Avoid the Mac Gamma Shift problem on your exports with this step-by-step guide to consistent color management in DaVinci Resolve on a Mac.
Images in Fusion can look different to the Edit and Color pages when color management systems clash. Here's how to fix that in ACES workflows
Learn how to set up DaVinci Resolve's color management when delivering to YouTube and modify the default preset for better quality.
Does saturation on Resolve's Fusion look wrong when working color-managed? Colorist Daria Fissoun breaks it down and offers three fixes.
Mixing Light's professional colorists answer questions on graphic white points in HDR, crafting meaty saturation and the limitations of AI.