CLASSROOM BASED COURSES
LONDON • BERLIN • LOS ANGELES • NEW YORK
December 18- January 19
801 S Main St, Burbank
California 91506, USA
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801 S Main St, Burbank
California 91506, USA
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Our courses are different in a way that they teach you the art and science of colour manipulation and not just how to use and operate the software. Our specific school of thought, philosophy, and approach to colour manipulation has become a runaway success amongst filmmakers around the world.
We have taken this classroom based training experience to the next level by introducing the latest techniques in interactive learning and are proud to present our new online training classes. Our online courses will increase the effectiveness of your learning through practical exercises and tests. You are encouraged to constantly explore new possibilities and develop your own style. Our courses are recommended for Colourists, DITs, DOPs, VFX artists, post-production supervisors and editors. In fact, anyone with a desire to understand digital colour will benefit from this unique training.
Colour Managed Workflow
Bespoke Training Service
Color Managed Workflow started as a training for high-end feature film production teams and has established itself as a reference training for production teams looking to advance their image quality. This training is now available as a part of our Bespoke Training Service for networks, production and post-production companies and businesses in TV and Film production looking to fast-forward their production teams and bring them to the latest standards.
NYC 25 – 26 February
The ultimate hands-on practical training on how to control the visual appearance of skin, the techniques that shape and modify the look and feel, and advanced retouching techniques that can be deployed using Davinci RESOLVE, FUSION and MOCHA.
One could argue that half of the colorist’s job is to grade skin tones. With 4K now being a standard and with increased screen quality, the appearance of the skin has become more challenging than ever. It is impossible to master and finish production without having to give the skin some form of treatment. While motion picture skin re-touching was originally limited to a few high-end film or commercial productions, today is a constantly growing world of digital media content and its different delivery channels. It has become a rule that everyone needs high-end finishing look whether this be for film, commercial, Netflix, Instagram or Facebook.
HDR for Davinci Resolve
LA 6 – 7 February
In the last two years, we have seen an exponential growth of HDR productions. As a result, there is a big demand for colorist skilled in grading and delivering in HDR. This intensive two-day masterclass will prepare you for the job of grading and delivering HDR shows for Netflix, Amazon or any other HDR channel using Davinci Resolve.
There are plenty of possibilities and techniques in color correction. The biggest difference between Dado’s way of teaching and others is that he teaches us a real way to work by giving a practical approach with plenty of examples and that makes all the difference.
Thanks for everything Dado!
Martin has been delivering excellent, tailored colour classes to the National Film and Television School’s Digital FX colourists and VFX students for several years. He has the rare ability to make the complex understandable.
I work as a cameraman and colourist at a production company in York. I had taught myself the basics of Davinci and colour theory but attending Mytherapy’s 101, 201 and commercials Colour grading masterclass made me much more disciplined in professional workflows, file management and new processes that I’d never heard of before. It was great to get reliable and personal tuition in a relaxed and open setting.
The most important thing about this course is that you transmit the enthusiasm and the passion for this subject (things that I already felt when I first entered in a color theatre in the company I used to work) and now, more than ever, I really know that’s what I want to do in my life!
So I’m giving a 10/10 to this course… I wished it lasted more, but I’m not saying the time wasn’t enough for what we did, I’m saying that I have so many things to learn!
Thanks again, and if you ever need an apprentice you can count on me, it would be an honour!
Grading 101 did teach me a lot of technical stuff which I’d half understood before (a dangerous position to be in!) and by the end of the course I felt I could do much of the basic grading with a proper understanding of what was behind it.