DaVinci Resolve 103
Primary Color Grading
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Andrew Balis is back with a look at primary color grading. Learn about grading and Blackmagic's DaVinci Resolve in this 23-tutorial, example-filled course!
Andrew Balis is an LA based colorist and online editor working on a diverse range of projects from feature films to television, commercials, music videos and web series.
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Status: Available | Released: Feb 10th, 2015
In the first two courses you learned the basics of color and how to get around Resolve's interface. In this third color grading/correction course, expert colorist, Andrew Balis examines the fundamentals of primary grading techniques.

After a brief recap of primary and secondary color grading, you dive right into the three color ranges and how to adjust the controls. Next, you learn how to use Resolve's node graph and how to adjust/correct contrast and saturation. Once those basic tools are securely in your tool box, Andrew starts into the actual grading process.

The next section of tutorials is all about the art of primary color balancing. Andrew explains the process and here you correct and create a color cast, learn about real-world images and create a tint.

This course concludes with a section on curve controls where the subtle art of grading in DaVinci Resolve really takes place! By the the time you finish this course, you will have a solid understanding of primary color grading in DaVinci Resolve!
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