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Increasingly, color grading is being handled by video editors working on laptops and desktops instead of calibrated displays. Here are some ways to make this reality work for you.
Dec 09, 2015
Oct 27, 2015 Adobe After Effects CC for Teams & Businesses
Follow along as Eran Stern enters the mind of a woman; creating both a tunnel vision effect and a dream like scene, that can be used separately or together, by applying a few After Effects tricks.
In Adobe’s upcoming Ask a Pro Webinar, Robbie Carman will show you how to approach your work with a colorist mindset on Thursday May 28, 2015.
DaVinci Resolve is on my list of software to learn this year, too. You’re in luck. I’ve been collecting tutorials together in a list that either look like I’d learn a lot from them or have an interesting outcome. Here are some that will hopefully get you started.
Red Giant worked hard to get Colorista III to work seemlessly with Final Cut Pro X. Here Stu Maschwitz shows you just how beautifully they work together.
Need to touch up your actor’s complexion quickly and easily? There are a lot of plug-ins on the market that can help you with this task. I’ll cover the big players and a few new to the market: Digital Anarchy Beauty Box, GenArts Sapphire S_Beauty, FXHOME HitFilm, the recently released Imagenomic Portraiture for video, the brand-spanking new Dashwood Smooth Skin. Red Giant Cosmo and Colorista II are also on the agenda.
Learn how important compositing is for your 3D renders, as every shot needs color correction and/or compositing, in this tutorial from Greyscalegorilla.
Version 1.1 of The Foundry’s Colorway was released today. There are numerous new features, enhancements, bug fixes and some workarounds for problems. Colorway works with MAXON CINEMA 4D and The Foundry MODO.
SpeedLooks technology allows users to create the look of a big budget feature film on a wide range of modern digital cinema cameras. Plus Save 30% on the new SpeedLooks Studio LOG and Studio Linear now thru December 1, 2014.