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Color Grading / Color Correction (139 Tutorials)

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/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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Enhance Your Sky in Under Five Minutes in DaVinci Resolve

Enhance Your Sky in Under Five Minutes in DaVinci Resolve

February 21, 2017

It's not always easy when contrast is a concern. It's important to get your exposure right and know which filters to use. Here are some tips from Lewis McGregor at Premium Beat on enhancing your sky in DaVinci Resolve.

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Primatte Chromakey

In Depth: Keying and Background Removal in Photoshop, Part 2: Primatte Chromakey

February 14, 2017

Part 2 of this series on background removal covers Digital Anarchy’s Primatte Chromakey and how to use it with Photoshop for the best workflow possible.

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Re:Vision Effects Re:Match – Intro to Re:Match Color

Re:Vision Effects Re:Match – Intro to Re:Match Color

December 31, 2016

This tutorial covers the basic concepts and use for RE:Match Color. After Effects and Premiere are used in this tutorial, although the controls are similar for all host applications.

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Tutorials: Colour Grading Tutorials for DaVinci Resolve

Tutorials: Colour Grading Tutorials for DaVinci Resolve

December 20, 2016

Get coloring tips from professional colorists, troubleshoot common Resolve problems, learn FCPX/Premiere Pro workflows, and more, with this DaVinci Resolve color grading tutorial compilation from film editor Danny Elwin.

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How to – Muted Cinematic Look in Davinci Resolve 12.5 + Free LUT

How to – Muted Cinematic Look in Davinci Resolve 12.5 + Free LUT

December 2, 2016

Alex Jordan from LearnColorGrading.com has a tutorial that shows how to create a muted film look in Davinci Resolve and is offering the Film Emulation LUTs based on that look for free.

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Magic Bullet Suite 13 Tutorials

Magic Bullet Suite 13 Tutorials

November 22, 2016

Stu Maschwitz, Creative Director for Red Giant’s Magic Bullet line, has made many walkthrough tutorials on the new Magic Bullet Suite 13.  Here he goes a bit more in depth on several different features.

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Premiere Pro: Advanced Color Correction

Premiere Pro: Advanced Color Correction

November 1, 2016

Tobias Gleissenberger shows you how to utilize some of the tools built into Premiere Pro, such as the waveform monitor, the RGB parade and the vectorscope, to analyze the color in your video and adjust them accordingly.

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In Depth: 8 Plug-ins for White Balancing Footage in Final Cut Pro X

In Depth: 8 Plug-ins for White Balancing Footage in Final Cut Pro X

August 31, 2016

White should look white, not peach, pink, or baby blue. White balancing footage will help your video look natural by looking at the color temperature in your shot and setting an accurate white, removing any unnatural color cast. Here are 8 tools for white balancing your footage in Final Cut Pro.

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Adobe Premiere Pro: Limitations in the Lumetri Color Panel

Adobe Premiere Pro: Limitations in the Lumetri Color Panel

August 9, 2016

“This video tutorial is about some limitations and illogical behaviors in the Lumetri Color Panel (within Premiere Pro) that you need to be aware of to use it correctly and get the best image quality.”

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