Colorist Joey D’Anna shows you his methodology for nailing challenging power window tracks in DaVinci Resolve
In this Insight, Joey D'Anna shows you the 3 different toolsets inside the DaVinci Resolve Key Panel, and how they change for different nodes.
In this Insight, Joey D'Anna shows you how to take simple blurs to the next level on the DaVinci Resolve Color Page
Learn to become more productive in DaVinci Resolve by separating your color corrections from you masking and keying selections.
Dealing with clipped highlights is a regular annoyance. Learn how to make these artifacts look more natural & intentional with color grading.
Take your color grading work to the next level in DaVinci Resolve. Learn how to use mattes generated in the Fusion page on the color page.
Isolate an object in a black & white film, isolate its color, and use keys to shift hue, saturation, and gain. How hard can that be?
In Part 1 you learned how to remove an object. Now, rotoscope the motion of foreground elements using Polyline masks and keying.
Create a clean plate to remove an item using Fusion's Clone Brush. Then mask an area, replace it, and track the replacement onto the shot.
Using a simple green screen from a low quality source, learn the power of Resolve's Fusion. Learn Boolean, Merge, and MatteControl nodes.
Are you replicating Photoshop's Channel Masks and Blending Modes workflows in DaVinci Resolve? Learn how (and why you might not want to).
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