DaVinci Resolve 12.5 has introduced some new Stereo features... to support HDR workflows for High Dynamic Range color grading. Learn more...
The summer vacations are winding to a close, the kids are returning back to school and the post industry is winding up for that crazy blur that is the September…
Dan shares his story from the grading room on grading a short promo project for radiohead
In this Insight, discover 5 strategies for convincing clients to grade with you rather than color correct projects in-house.
In Episode 3 of the Colorist Podcast Josh talks to well-known finishing artist & colorist Gray Marshall from Technicolor L.A. about his work.
What's new in the DaVinci Resolve 12.5.1 Update? Learn about new features, new behaviors and general observations about this latest update.
Sometimes going for the film look is not the right decision. Dan shares his tips on going digital to give us great punchy sharp images.
With constrained budgets, clients can't always afford your services. But maybe you can modulate your time and effort to meet their needs?
When working with heavy looks we sometimes forget about protecting skin tone and making our artist/actor look as good as possible
If you're color correcting digital video for professional distribution, nothing is worse than having it rejected for RGB Gamut excursions!
Color management can be complex. We talk to FSI's Bram Desmet about their new BoxIO Lut box and how it can help on-set & in post.
If you're looking for ideas on controlling excessive saturation in DaVinci Resolve, this tutorial will offer some food for thought.
Sometimes we get lost in the heat of the moment and over complicate our grades. Dan shares his tips for responsible grading when time is short
In this Color Correction Gear Head, Robbie takes a look at the zBook Studio From HP, the GeChic 1303i monitor, Tangent Ripple & CineXtools
Conforming timelines can be time-consuming before you even start color correcting. Learn the common issues (and how to fix them).
Learn how to optimize Tangent Control Surfaces for Premiere Pro with the Tangent Mapper—and massively speed up using Lumetri color effect.
You always deliver final video files but should you deliver project files to your clients too? Learn more in this Insight.
Dan shares his top grades from July as a source of great colorist inspiration
The first Creative Cloud update in 2016 has given us integration between the Tangent Element and Premiere Pro. This video shows it in action.
Working on a PC but need to render ProRes? In this Insight, learn how to setup Resolve remote rendering & use a spare Mac for ProRes renders