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If you’re motivated and you have the time, then your lockdown is primetime to hone some skills. That effort is being aided by Nikon USA which is offering ten online classes for free this month.
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Our previous article showed the basics of creating a primary colour correction and why primary colour correction is essential for an outstanding final grade. Our next step is to apply secondary colour correction. Secondary colour correction is essentially the selection and changing of a single colour within the picture without altering anything else or disturbing the general look we want…
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We continue our tutorial on the new Cut Page in DaVinci Resolve by looking at the smart source overwrite tool as an alternative high speed way of editing multi-angle sources for a game highlights video.
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Blake Jones has been working as a colorist and film restoration specialist for over 27 years. Here, in the first part of a tutorial series, Blake lifts the mysteries behind colour grading, and precisely how to do it. In this part he looks at primary colour correction, which will form the basis of all your subsequent picture adjustments.
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One of the most compelling new features of DaVinci Resolve 16 is the Cut Page. In this video tutorial we go into depth about how to use it, using a real edit as an example.
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Fancy making a glossy-looking science fiction film? Or are you just curious about how they're made? Either way, it's a fascinating story
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Review: The dual-processor HP Z8 supports up to 56 cores, Quadro RTX graphics, 3TB of RAM and loads of storage. But is this the right kind of power for your work? Let’s take a look.
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The first step in lighting a daytime interior scene is almost always to blast a light through the window. Sometimes soft light is the right choice for this, but unless you’re on a big production, you simply may not have the huge units and generators necessary to bounce light and still have a reasonable amount of it coming through the…
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Synching audio in post can be difficult if not done correctly. The NanoLockit is a micro solution to the issues, and in this weeks video Bas Goossens shows us how to us it.
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Natural light with its infinite variations can be one of the hardest things to work with consistently in cinematography. So why not improve your chances of a beautiful shot with these fantastic, and practical tips from Neil Oseman.
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In the concluding part of Neil Oseman's series on methods for judging exposure, he takes a look at using camera itself as an exposure tool.
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