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Color Grading / Color Correction (110 Tutorials)

DaVinci Resolve: Face Refinement Plug-in

DaVinci Resolve: Face Refinement Plug-in

March 6, 2018

The Face Refinement tool in DaVinci Resolve Studio is a digital make-up tool that allows colorists and editors to retouch complexions, modify lip or cheek color, and much more. Learn how easy and powerful this hidden gem is with this tutorial from Lewis McGragor at Premium Beat.

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Coremelt Chromatic: Balancing Shots with the new XRite Color Checker

Coremelt Chromatic: Balancing Shots with the new XRite Color Checker

January 23, 2018

This tutorial shows you how you can balance shots across different lighting and camera’s in a single click using the new XRite Color Checker Passport in Chromatic.

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Scopes: How to Use and Read the Four Primary Video Scopes

Scopes: How to Use and Read the Four Primary Video Scopes

December 7, 2017

Video scopes are an indispensable tool for editors. Here is an introduction by Jarle Leirpoll, to the four primary scopes: Waveform, RGB Parade, Histogram and Vector Scopes.

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5 Blade Runner 2049 Inspired Tutorials

5 Blade Runner 2049 Inspired Tutorials

October 24, 2017

Blade Runner 2049 has really interesting visuals and sound design. Learn to recreate some of these effects with these five tutorials inspired by the film.

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In Depth: Color Grading is a LUT Easier with LUTs!

In Depth: Color Grading is a LUT Easier with LUTs!

October 17, 2017

A LUT, or Look Up Table, is used in the film industry as an easy method of color grading. It’s an array of numbers to control the color of an image, by mapping one color space to another. Simple enough at the surface, but here’s more than you probably want to know about LUTs.

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Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite Tutorial Roundup

Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite Tutorial Roundup

July 18, 2017

Get up and running quickly with all the products in the Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite, when you watch this batch of Quickstart Guides from director Stu Maschwitz.

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“Update selected Look and Replace Image” shortcut in Pomfort LiveGrade

“Update selected Look and Replace Image” shortcut in Pomfort LiveGrade

April 4, 2017

Did you know that you can update a Look or Still in the Library and, at the very same time, replace the still image that is associated with the look? It’s like killing two birds with one stone!

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Boris FX | Let’s Edit with Media Composer: BCC Film Looks

Boris FX | Let’s Edit with Media Composer: BCC Film Looks

March 14, 2017

In this tutorial Kevin P. McAuliffe shows you how to transform your crisp HD footage to a more gritty organic film look by subtly layering multiple effects from Boris Continuum 10.

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NewBlueFX Filters 5 Overview

NewBlueFX Filters 5 Overview

February 23, 2017

This Filters 5 Overview will walk you through all of the new updates and new effects available in Filters 5 Ultimate.

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Sky Replacement in After Effects

Sky Replacement in After Effects

February 21, 2017

I always love the content from Film Riot and here's a nice tutorial on Sky Replacement in AE. He stresses that Sky Replacement isn't a paint-by-numbers technique, and will vary with every shot.

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Eclipse – Behind the scenes – Sky Replacement

Eclipse – Behind the scenes – Sky Replacement

February 21, 2017

This is some beautiful work for the film Eclipse. They replace a flat sky with a gorgeous eclipse. This is very similar to the technique I use in the tutorial above.

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Bring out details in the sky with ease in After Effects

Bring out details in the sky with ease in After Effects

February 21, 2017

This was made for After Effects 6, but everything still applies to the current version. Replace your bland skies in After Effects.

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Sky Replacement Tutorial in Davinci Resolve

Sky Replacement Tutorial in Davinci Resolve

February 21, 2017

A slightly different take on Sky Replacement in Resolve. He also says to use a compositor but this is for a basic sky replacement.

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Sky Replacement/Fake HDR – Davinci Resolve Tutorial

Sky Replacement/Fake HDR – Davinci Resolve Tutorial

February 21, 2017

MiesnerMedia explains a “party trick” about how to replace a sky in Resolve. He recommends using a compositor like After Effects instead so this is why he calls it a party trick. It's an informative tutorial covering a complex technique, hopping into the topic of dynamic range of cameras.

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Easy Sky Replacement In DaVinci Resolve

Easy Sky Replacement In DaVinci Resolve

February 21, 2017

Digital Media Dude has special guest Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle to explain how to replace a cloudy or overcast sky in your video footage with a photo of a beautiful sky inside of DaVinci Resolve.

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