DaVinci Resolve is a leading professional color grading solution used for digital intermediates (the digital color grading of film-acquired sources, to be printed back out to film for theatrical exhibition). It’s not surprising that its color management tools are used every day in major film productions all over the world. In this course, professional colorist Patrick Inhofer takes an extensive look at the color page in DaVinci Resolve, starting with the settings and preferences that have a significant impact on color manipulations. He then covers the concept of primary corrections and the tools used for establishing a base color correction, as well as secondary corrections and how to isolate and minimize problematic areas of the image. Patrick also shows how to combine primary and secondary color operations to enhance viewer engagement, and shares tips for improving your shot-matching skills to help your story have a better visual flow.
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