Thread: DaVinci Resolve Tutorial: Color Grading 1 shot at a time using Primaries (2019)

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    Just dropped a tutorial on color grading using primaries. Good for beginners and experts alike. Everyone can use a refresher once in awhile.

    https://youtu.be/9B8dl43H-Mw

    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahkaram View Post
    Just dropped a tutorial on color grading using primaries. Good for beginners and experts alike. Everyone can use a refresher once in awhile.

    https://youtu.be/9B8dl43H-Mw

    Enjoy!

    #davinciresolve #resolveminipanel #resolve14 #liftgammagain #flanderscientific
    Thanks for sharing. Short tips like this makes good refresher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EYu View Post
    Thanks for sharing. Short tips like this makes good refresher.
    Thank you so much. I couldn’t agree more. I feel like as artists sometimes we forget that what comes natural o is maybe a great tip for someone else. There will be a lot more tutorials like this.
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    Really nice approach.
    Small bites. And explaining your THINKING...not so much the tech.
    And it's got a good beat, I can dance to it... I give it a 98. (Old ass American Bandstand reference for the youngsters out there.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPStewart View Post
    Really nice approach.
    Small bites. And explaining your THINKING...not so much the tech.
    And it's got a good beat, I can dance to it... I give it a 98. (Old ass American Bandstand reference for the youngsters out there.)
    Thank you so much. Love the feedback. I’m a nerd at heart and it’s really hard to not get consumed and talk people’s ears off with tech but I tried hard to stay away from that and focus on the thought process. Too many tutorials and trainings that are showing you the tools but not the logic behind that. Glad you enjoyed it.
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