Creating Color Correction Looks: Emulating the Film Look (in DaVinci Resolve)

Creating Color Correction Looks: Emulating the Film Look (in DaVinci Resolve)

October 19, 2013

Has a client ever asked you to create a 'Film Look'? Yes, us too. In this video, learn how we get to this Look using some new features in DaVinci Resolve.


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Emulating the Film Look

A common request from clients is to give their images the ‘Film Look’. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way of doing this in one click in Resolve?

There have been some great additions to Resolve 10 that makes this look very easy. The look also works incredibly well with Blackmagic Cinema Camera footage. There are a couple of things to watch out for but I cover them all in my insight. Check out the video below to find out more!

– Dan

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    • Josh Petok C.S.I
      Participant

      In your opinon, how do the Osiris Film LUTs ( http://vision-color.com/osiris/ ) compare to the ones that come with Resolve?


    • Dan Moran
      Guest

      Hey Josh! I’ve not tried them out yet. I think I’ll take a look and see. On first impressions they look pretty bad ass though! I think I might try them out.

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