We take a look at difficult shape masking and combining multiple windows in DaVinci Resolve to give you total control over difficult images.
Tired of manually backing up your Resolve? Using some handy scripts Dan shows you how to fully automate the process
If you have to color correct multiple versions of a timeline, DaVinci Resolve's Remote Versions is a feature you need to know.
Using multiple windows and tracking them into your scene gives you total control of your image and allows you to build powerful looks.
Dan takes a look at his latest commercial grade and shares the thinking and techniques behind the grades.
SpeedGrade CC 2014.1 offers an updated Interface, New Features and some new tools. Check out this Insight To Learn More
We visit the colour grading work of Company 3 master colorist Dave Hussey – rock star colourist and all round awesome guy
It's easy to be stagnant always using the same tools. In this Insight learn how different tools can help you break a creative block
Do you need to color balance every shot in your video? What are the best strategies to color balance and enhance gray skies? Listen & learn.
In this Insight we take a look at doing shot matching with multiple cameras to create a smooth edit. Featuring: BMPCC, BMCC and Red Scarlet cameras.
In this episode of From The MailBag, learn about Resolve 11's new broadcast safe option & how to use LUTs while Grouping.
In this episode of From The MailBag learn about what to do when you have no client direction & how to achieve that national spot look
Resolve Keyframes can be confusing at first but if you follow a few essential rules you'll be keyframing like a pro in no time!
Making people look as good is part of the dayjob for colorists. Working with skintone can be tricky but Dan shares his tips and approach.
Look Up Tables can be complex subject. In this Insight get a colorists perspective on the difference between 1D and 3D LUTs.
Many colorists use log controls as a primary grading tool. In this Insight learn how the log controls can also be used as a secondary.
Essential Skills For Assistant Colorists to help you get the job in a big facility. Being an assistant is hard work but you'll learn so much
Dan breaks down a shot from camera rushes to final look. He shares the good the bad and the ugly grades from starting point to final grade.
Evaluating a project so you know how much time it will take is an essential part of color grading. Check out this Insight for more key tips.