Learn why a professional colorist is eager to finally get this uber-expensive OLED display into his color correction suite. What does he think about it?
Compositing graphics in SpeedGrade - even in a Native SpeedGrade project - is easier than you think! Learn how you can do it.
Avid's Y Waveform sets black above the bottom of the scale whereas Resolve's Waveform sets its blacks at the bottom of its scale. Which is correct?
After my 3-part series on the theory of Depth-of-Field and techniques simulating it, the theory is put to action—learn how you can use these techniques.
In this Podcast we're answering two questions: Managing unhappy clients + helping clients understand why their color decisions look different at home.
Are you working with Arri Alexa Footage in Premiere Pro or SpeedGrade? This tutorial will walk you through the workflow.
Are you struggling with getting good results from the FCP X Color Board? Learn how to analyze its image processing and build a custom workflow.
This workflow is an ultimate timesaver and involves getting a single flattened video clip of the project you're grading and using Resolve to slice it up.
When color correcting, learn how to split your image into separate brightness and color channels for creative reasons (and additional technical benefits).
If you're having trouble getting real-time playback in DaVinci Resolve then try this tip for creating your own custom render cache.
Are you using the FCP X Exposure controls efficiently? Is there an approach to improve your results? Most likely, yes. Click to learn more.
Are you looking to control depth-of-field in your video images during color correction? This video shows you how to use selective sharpening and blurring.
Flat boring outdoor shots are very common when color correcting. What can you do to fix it? Learn a technique based on Classical painting theory.
Have you ever needed to improve how an actor 'looks' in a video? Learn the basics of how the pros do it in this Beauty Grading 101 video.
Learn how to simulate depth of field in your video using the concept of localized contrast. Part of a 'Simulate Depth' series.
Adjustment layers can be used for many things—a favorite is color correcting and applying a Look to a few shots, a scene or an entire timeline.
Learn the essentials of the 3D workflow in SpeedGrade CS 6 - from organizing footage to auto-aligning eyes and rippling grades between the video streams.
How do you simulate depth of field in video? This is the first in a series of tutorials on helping your images feel more 'filmic'.
When preparing to color correct a job in DaVinci Resolve, to Preconform or Conform is a question you need to ask yourself (and know their differences).
'Clipping' image detail is considered bad. But learn how to use DaVinci Resolve's 'soft clipping' control for great creative effect.
If you're in the market for a colorist control surface then see how the Tangent Element ships - and how it physically compares to two of its competitors.