Learn how to white balance shots with mixed color temperatures. Plus, how to deal with subtle color balance issues.
Watch how to White Balance (or Color Balance) digital video images. You'll explore 4 different tools and learn their differences.
In Episode 5 of the Colorist Podcast, Josh talks to well-known online editor & colorist Terence Curren about his work & other sujbects
In this installment of Color Correction Gear Head, learn about essential gear & items you'll need to rewire & install gear in your room.
Are you showcasing your range of looks and grades with your showreel? Dan breaks down his latest reel and explains his approach.
When Your Director Is 6000 Miles Away In this Insight I’d like to share an experience I had this week. I had a room full of clients in London but…
Have you ever had a client say that won't pay you until they're paid by their client? Learn 5 techniques for avoiding this issue
First Look: How to use the Color Finale Pro plugin with a Tangent Ripple in FCPX for a professional grading workflow.
Considering Final Contrast before you make your first primary correction is a huge advantage creatively to help you get the best results
Our Getting To Know ACES series continues, looking at the essentials of using ACES for VFX roundtrips with DaVinci Resolve. You learn how to move images between VFX and color grading within the ACES color science.
Start digging deeper into ACES terms and acronyms that will have you sounding like a pro. And you learn how to set up ACES in DaVinci Resolve.
ACES (Academy Color Encoding Specification) is a professional color management system used by productions of all types. In Part 1, you learn about the problem it solves and basic terminology.
Resolve users are often tasked with making final outputs.In this Insight, learn how to easily route multi-channel audio for output.
Dan shares his thoughts about the 2016 best color grading award nominations and asks you to predict the winner
In an earlier video we showed you the 'mouse math bug' when color correcting in DaVinci Resolve—now learn how to work around it.
The DaVinci Resolve Control Panel gives you the most hands-on control of Resolve. In this Insight, learn about the design & functionality.
Dan shares his experimentation with the idea of grading using lens flares for subtle lighting effects to help match and lift scenes.
In Episode 4 of the Colorist Podcast Josh talks to well-known freelance colorist Mark Todd Osborne about his work & many interesting subjects
Does the color correction math in DaVinci Resolve change depending if you're using a mouse versus using a colorist control surface?
A hands-on overview of the most affordable color correction control surface on the market today—the Tangent Ripple.