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Color Grading in DaVinci Resolve 16 - Simplified


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Color Grading in DaVinci Resolve 16 - Simplified

Intro and Download

Downloading Resolve and getting started

Preparing Projects and Importing files

Intro into the Resolve interface and tabs

The Media Tab and Importing Footage

Importing footage using scene-cut-detection

The Interface and Main Controls

Exploring the color tab and its effects

Effects controls and using the mouse wheel

Resetting effects and parameters

Using the cinema Viewer

Color Concepts and Lingo

The difference between color correction and color grading

The 3 main ranges-Highlights, Midtones and shadows

The difference between primary and secondary colors

Understanding Contrast

Understanding Hue

Understanding Luma

Understanding power windows and their uses

Dealing with hidden power windows

The basics of keying and its different types

Applying and using LUTs

The Scopes

Scopes - Intro

Scopes - RGB Parade

Scopes - Waveform

Scopes - Histogram

Scopes - vectorscope

Scopes - CIE

Understanding and Working with Nodes

Introduction to nodes

What is the outside node

Parallel and layer nodes

The Splitter Combiner node

Where to add nodes in the nodes structure

Activating and Deactivating nodes

How to nest nodes

The shared node

Grouping shots and node levels

Copy attributes between nodes

Controlling Color

Primaries VS Log color wheels

Hue and tint controls

The RGB Curves

The Hue vs Hue curve

The Hue vs Sat curve

The Hue vs Luma curve

The Luma vs Sat curve

The Sat vs Sat curve

Sat vs Sat in depth

Using the qualifiers to select different ranges

Tracking power windows and using selective tracking

What is the point tracker

The Keyframing Tab and controlling effect over time

Using the color match control

Color correction using the White and black point pickers

Shot matching

The Key tab and node opacity

Prevent color problems and breakup

Histogram in curves

Controlling the Image

Stabilizing shaky footage

Control the sizing of your image

The Blur tab

Matching Different Shots and Styles

Getting references and comparing your images

Saving and comparing different versions of your grade

Tips and Tricks

The Auto color button

How to append a vignette from a saved reference

Pre-Selected color ranges

Black and white point pickers

Settings

The settings of DaVinci Resolve

The user settings in resolve

Settings of the current project

Exporting and Delivery

The deliver tab

Popular Coloring Styles and Concepts

The cross process look

The Bleach Bypass look

High Key vs Low Key look

Desaturate different color ranges

Grading against a graded image

The Golden Look practice

Isolating and stylizing highlights

Grading sessions

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