If you’re an editor these days then you’re probably asked to do some color correction and color grading. In fact you might not ever have the luxury of sending a program out to a dedicated colorist. Chances are you also make use of DaVinci Resolve for many of those color grading tasks as it works amazingly well and the very powerful lite version is free. Those using Resolve and any other number of color grading tools will definitely find that a dedicated control surface like the Tangent Element is a luxury that will make that color work a lot more fun and productive.
One of the best ways to refine your color grading skills is to study the work of other pro colorists. In this post, we share a few breakdown videos that will give you detailed insight into how shots were graded.
Colour Grading Tutorial Round Up In this round up of tutorials for colorists of every calibre you can learn how to use scopes on your iPad, just how many ways you can colour grade in FCPX, and get a deeper grasp of ACES.
Filmmaking is always a learning experience. No matter how much you know you always find yourself in situations that require new skills, new knowledge, and a great deal of creativity to get what you want.
The Coloristos ColorCast is a monthly podcast about Film and Television Color Grading, Color Science, and Post-Production. If you're interested or involved in color grading, finishing, and digital intermediate post-production, this show is for you.
"In this Episode of the ColorCast, the Coloristos benchmark the 2013 Mac Pro and discuss it's performance results compared to a 2010 12-Core model with Resolve 10 using a number of different GPUs in both OS X Mountain Lion and Mavericks."
The Coloristos are:
• Josh Petok, a colorist working on reality and episodic television in Los Angeles.
• Juan Salvo, a colorist and online editor for films and commercials in New York.
• Jason Myres, a colorist and post-production engineer in Los Angeles.
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