In this week's Weekly What's Up we talk to David Bode about his new short course, Automatic Color Correction With DaVinci Resolve.
Video Color Correction with DaVinci Resolve
Color correction is one of those things that is relatively simple, but also sneaky-powerful: a small amount of effort early gives you a solid starting point in your post-production workflow, but if you skip it you can really cause problems later on. In our chat this week Dave and I talk about the difference between color correction and color grading, what you need to get started, and how to do a quick and accurate form of color correction with Resolve using a variety of post-processing workflows.
Envato Tuts+ Photo & Video Last Week
5 Inspirational Flower Macro Images and How to Make Your Own
Spring has sprung for many of us and soon gorgeous flora will be popping up here, there and everywhere just begging to be photographed. Capturing flowers and plants up close can give us an entirely different perspective on what we’d usually see.
In this tutorial we'll show you five inspirational floral macro pictures
to get you raring to go, top tips to nailing your
perfect photo, and what kit you’ll need to do it.
The Top 10 Super-Ultra-Very Bestest Photoshop Tips the Experts Don't Want You to Know!
The majority of Photoshop training available on the internet is part of a huge conspiracy to keep people from learning the REAL techniques of how to use this program. Why? So you don’t ever actually figure it out and have to keep coming back to them for more!
Creative Camera Movement: How to Rack Focus
A rack focus—or focus pull—is a creative way to shift the focus from an object or person in the foreground to one in the background, or vice versa.
Watch Cindy's quick video introduction below to find out more.
A Quick Introduction to LUTs: Color Look Up Tables for Video
In Charles Yeager's last tutorial we learned about film emulation, and touched briefly on LUTs, or colour look-up tables. In this week's tutorial he took a closer look at LUTs and how they are used in video post-production.
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