Premiere Pro Adjustment Layers: Applying A Look To An Entire Scene

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.

How to Setup Speedgrade CS6 for Stereo 3D Color Correction

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 to Simulate Depth of Field for Filmic Images: The Theory

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'.

DaVinci Resolve: Preconform or Conform Before Starting A Job?

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).

Creatively Using Soft Clipping in DaVinci Resolve

'Clipping' image detail is considered bad. But learn how to use DaVinci Resolve's 'soft clipping' control for great creative effect.

Tangent Element: Unboxing & Visual Comparisons to Other Color Surfaces

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.

How to Set Up a Legacy DaVinci Resolve Shared Database

Learn how to set up a DaVinci Resolve shared database in this step-by-step tutorial using the Command-Line interface.

Respecting Time: The Hold and Will-buy System for Booking Clients

Learn a simple system you can use to protect yourself from cancelled clients. As an added bonus you can (sometimes) make money from those cancellations.

How to Move Your Look from Lightroom into DaVinci Resolve

Would you like to take a color correction you created in Lightroom and apply it to video in DaVinci Resolve? Here's one way to do it.

Color Correcting with LUTs: The 3-Node Approach

Learn a node structure for using LUTs in DaVinci Resolve (and the reasoning behind it). Segmenting your workflow into clear distinct actions speeds you up.

What is a LUT (and how do you use a LUT for color correction)?

Look-up Tables are mathematically precise. Understanding LUTs requires you to accept that a single LUT can NEVER be used for all your shots.

Three Strategies for Backing Up DaVinci Resolve Projects

You're going to learn 3 useful and easy methods to protect your work from hard drive catastrophe by saving your Projects, Stills & Databases.

Staying Focused In The Color Correction Suite: 4 Tools To Make It Happen

Do you find yourself getting distracted as you work? Here are four simple tools you can use to keep you on-task and get you home on-time.

How To Be Absolutely Sure That You Color Corrected All Of Your Shots

If you are color correcting a long timeline in DaVinci Resolve then how can you be sure you didn't miss a shot? Learn how to never miss a shot again.

How to Quickly Flip Between Corrections in DaVinci Resolve

The Versions feature in DaVinci Resolve will help you build different grades for the same shot—and then flip between them quickly.

DaVinci Resolve: How to Organize Your Color Corrections with 'Still Pages'

On big jobs, organizing your saved 'stills' in DaVinci Resolve can save you a lot of time and energy. Learn how Resolve's Gallery can help you stay focused.

Curves Color Correction: Avid Symphony vs. DaVinci Resolve

What is the difference between the Curves interfaces in Avid Symphony and DaVinci Resolve? Learn how to simulate Avid Curves in Resolve.

How You Can Add Camera Shake in DaVinci Resolve

If you want to add Camera Shake in Davince Resolve then it can be tricky since there isn't a 'shake' tool. Learn a quick workaround to achieve this effect.