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It’s perfect for people who are already colorists but want to take their grading to the next level. Why do we grade films differently and what are we looking for before we start the session? Creating a cool look is only a benefit if you can match the surrounding clips otherwise it acts as a negative to the viewer as the only notice the mismatch.
Warren always tries to show you why you do something, not just how to do something. You can follow the classes using the same techniques on the same footage Warren uses during the classes. You get the media, the XMLs, the reference movies, and the Powergrade looks.
This course includes an exclusive review feature. When you are happy with your work and want some feedback, you’ll upload your files and Warren will critique your work. There will also be a Masterclass member forum exclusive to those who have purchased this course.
This is an Intermediate/Advanced course. You don’t need to be a Resolve master to take this class; it is far more creative than technical. You can follow the classes using the same techniques on the same footage as Warren uses during the classes.
You will be using a variety of different footage, including Arri Alexa, Blackmagic URSA Mini, RED R3D, Sony FS7, and lots more. There are a number of different timelines, including a courtroom drama, a beauty and GMC truck commercials, an action sequence, music video, and pack shots. Looks covered include bleach bypass, orange and teal, the soft look, grungy with grain, beauty skin grading, and cross-process.
The priority of the class is to balance, create, and then match. The biggest mistake Warren sees from junior colorists is that their sequences do not match. His aim is to give you a very rounded view of how a colorist should approach a session. Warren’s real world experience as a colorist and teaching ICA classroom classes helps the way he transports techniques into online training classes.
It dovetails very nicely from the Fundamentals and Advanced classes. Even if you use Resolve on a daily basis you’ll get something from these classes. As a colorist, you have to stay current, learn new techniques, and looks. You never stop learning.
For my 13th season of fxphd training I wanted to do something different. Lots of people are learning to color grade using many different ways: in the classroom, books, film school, YouTube, and more. This is OK, but when you start offering your services as a colorist and begin working with clients it becomes a lot more serious.
Insider Techniques for the Pro Colorist looks at how to approach a color session, where you start the grade and what an experienced client expects from you. We’ll also fix bad camera problems causing shots in the sequence to not match as well as use twelve Resolve OFX Plugins to fix problems and add creativity. This course has many tips on how to make your way up the grading ladder including things such as how you should set up your room, monitor, control surface, and even insights on whether it is ok to work for free.
This course is primarily centered around a 60 second segment introducing a marketing video for a paint shop. Filmed with three different cameras (GoPro, A7iii, and a 4k Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera), the footage presents many challenges: flicker, wrong color temperature, bad framing, changes in exposure, noise and a fussy host/vfx artist and CEO who is paying for the grade ;). The course comes with all the footage — over 10GB! — so you can follow along as a tackle the problems.
This training is exclusively available for standalone purchase in the fxphd store and is not available as part of the fxphd membership.
This is an Intermediate/advanced class where you get 12 lessons and the media that is used in each class. You should have completed the Fundamentals course or have been previously color correcting with Resolve. Maybe you have been coloring with an older version and want a refresher on what is new. You can follow along with the classes using the same techniques on the same footage as Warren uses during the classes. All media is supplied.
A mixture of footage, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera ProRes and BRAW, RED R3D, Sony A7ii, and GoPro, including all the problem footage. You will also get all the XMLs and reference movies used in the conform classes.
You want to learn what is new in Resolve 16 and at the same time get an insider view of the techniques the professional Colorists use in their daily grading sessions. I think my real world experience as a colorist and teaching classroom classes helps the way I transport techniques into online training classes.
This is for you is you what to take your grading to the next level and are starting to work with clients. Even if you use Resolve on a daily basis you’ll get something from these classes.
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