Color correction is a specific process, and in this short video tutorial from my course, Automatic Color Correction With DaVinci Resolve, you will find out exactly what it’s all about.
Although the course is on DaVinci Resolve, you don't need access to the software for this video. It's purely about explaining what color correction is and why you'll need to do it as part of a video project.
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In the full course, Automatic Color Correction With DaVinci Resolve, you will learn how to color correct your video using an inexpensive color reference target and free software.
You will get a brief overview of Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve, learn how to color correct with a reference target, and discover how to export your clips back to your editor. With this method, you can use one of your clips as a reference and then apply the correction to all the other clips that were shot under the same lighting conditions.
This method takes a lot of the hassle out of color correction and gets you back to editing your project!
You can also find plenty of color correction actions on Envato Market to speed up your workflow. For example, the popular collection of 25 Color Correction Actions lets you create a wide variety of effects with just a few clicks.
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