Learn how to read the graphs in Lightspace DPS, to evaluate if your display requires calibration for color correction.
In this Insight, Robbie explores how through VPN & BitTorrent sync he was able to leave the office earlier & still work!
From The Grading Room Fashion Commercial Recently I graded a beautiful fashion commercial so I thought it would be great to share another tale from the grading room with you…
'Does my color correction display need recalibration?' Getting Started with Lightspace DPS (a free app) helps you answer that question.
If you do video color correction, do you know if your reference display is accurate? Learn how to find out. The first video in a series.
Challenge yourself weekly for the next year to build better and stronger and cleaner grades. Practice makes perfect
These 12 New Features in Resolve Studio 12.5 may finally get you to upgrade to the paid version. See some of them in action.
A topic that came up time and time again while meeting lots of awesome colorists at NAB this year was : How did you come up with the look for…
DaVinci Resolve Studio Exclusive Features Version 12.5 Marks New Thinking About ‘Resolve Studio’ Whenever a major new version of DaVinci Resolve is released, the first thing I do is print…
If you're looking to improve your color correction ergonomics for your editing or color correction suite - this post has some ideas for you.
NAB is over and a whole heap of new tools and toys have arrived for us colorists. The perfect time for another instalment of colorist inspiration. This instalment is slightly…
Resolve 12.5 is here and Dan shares his thoughts on the exciting brand new features and how they can be used to help you colour correct better.
This DaVinci Resolve 12.5 First Look shares a working colorist's initial thoughts about the big new update to this color correction software.
Another April, another version of DaVinci Resolve! In this Insight, Robbie shares his top new features of this exciting release.
Dan shares his node breakdown from his match my shot challenge including a downloadable Resolve project
Step 3 in our 'Premiere Pro Color Correction Protocol' is to control the viewer's eye. Learn how—by working with vignettes and custom masks.
If you're using Dropbox and DaVinci Resolve as a server for your disk databases, that's not a good idea! Learn why...
Shot Matching – Match My Shot Pt 1 I had an eye opening experience in my grading suite this week. Some clients of mine asked me to match grade some…
In this installment of From The Mailbag we explore how to sharpen quick focus pulls and discussing using the HP Z27x DreamColor display.
Shot matching in Premiere Pro CC is the second step in The Color Correction Protocol. Learn how to stack filters and get the job done!