Introduction to Commercials Masterclass
This class will teach you everything you need to know to be able to qualify and access our Commercials Colour Grading Masterclass. It has been created with a boutique post production owner or a freelance colourist in mind, thriving to succeed in a competitive commercials colour grading environment. The course covers the ever important aspect of workflow and how to deal with fast turnaround and finishing to the highest quality. It provides invaluable advice on how to deal with client enquiries and how to meet client expectations, especially when they are more used to dealing with top post production facilities. We will look at the growing demand for remote grading services and the opportunities it will bring. While this class is compulsory for Masterclass attendees, we recommend it for anyone wishing to enhance their career as a professional colourist.
ColourLab HDR plugin for DaVinci
In this course you will learn everything you need to know to grade and master in HDR for Netflix, Amazon, HBO or any other broadcaster requiring HDR10 as a delivery format. Even if you haven't graded in HDR before, Colourlab HDR will make the transition from SDR to HDR seamless. You will learn how to setup Davinci Resolve for HDR grading, what monitors to use and how to grade SDR and HDR on the same timeline. We will cover some of the most important issues and how to fix them, as well as advanced features such as PQ100 and Archive modes.
ColourLab RGB plugin for DaVinci 201
After completing course 101 and covering all the technical aspects of ColourLab, this class teaches you how to use ColourLab to develop your own unique and original looks. You will find out how the subtle manipulation of colour can help tell the story and affect the emotion. The course also demonstrates how ColourLab simplifies look creation by taking you through the processes of creating some of the most common 'colour cooking recipes'. After completing this class you will be ready to use ColourLab to create your own looks and develop your own grading style.