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from Paul Del Vecchio This is a quick method I use for removing the colored noise in footage from the Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
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from Juan Melara In this tutorial I show you my take on The Summer Blockbuster look - using the powerful 2 node subtractive colour setup. Make sure you read the accompanying blog post as it goes into more de...
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from Learn Color Grading www.LearnColorGrading.com The footage used was provided by David Guillemette
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In this color correction / color grading tutorial I share with you how to create the bleach bypass look popularized in films like Saving Private Ryan, Seven and Three Kings. -Denver Riddle, Colorist Sign up to b...
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from icolorist How to use my Scratch FX series as external mattes in Resolve. Use the effects across the whole timeline or on individual clips
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from TunnelvizionTV In this tutorial I show you how to do face tracking in Davinci Resolve Lite. Say you need to grade or light a certain moving area of your video - use Davinci Resolve's tracking capabilities to d...
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In this color correction / color grading tutorial I share with you really awesome looks creation strategy where you push looks to extreme then dial them back to taste! -Denver Riddle, Colorist For more training ...
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from presynkt productions Footage actually provided by: Gunleik Groven filmhuset.no Original R3D can be found here: reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?66510-So-what-can-you-do-with-a-Scarlet-X Sorry for ...
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This is a tutorial using DaVinci Resolve Lite showing how to grade your footage from day to night, with some additional helpful tips
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I've created a FREE 4 part video series called Color Grading 101. Since Black Magic Design released DaVinci Resolve 9 Lite powerful color grading is now accessible to all. However if you are moving from layer based...