This is brand new advanced Resolve training, offered for the first time ever online.
''I have wanted to make an online version of my successful advanced classroom course : International Colorist Academy R201, for a long time," says Warren Eagles. "People have constantly been asking for more, not just how to use the software but why do you do it. So here it is!"
Advanced Resolve v11 is an ideal course for existing Resolve users who are looking for more knowledge in both the software and the art of color grading. "As with all my classes I try and add a little more: tips, tricks, RAW, working with clients and workflow solutions are just some of the topics I will be covering," says Warren.
Warren has been grading for 25 years. He started in photography before moving into London's film cutting rooms, settling into the role of Colorist. Warren has extensive experience in all forms of grading, from Super 8 music videos to feature films. A Resolve user since 2005, he is proficient in both the software and what can be achieved creatively with it. Warren has his own DaVinci Resolve system in Australia and spends his time either grading or teaching International Colorist Academy classes.
Advanced Resolve v11 Course Outline
Class 1: Resolve, what's it all about?Resolve11_FF201_Class01
"Sit back and relax, you don't have to do anything in this lesson." Learn about Warren as he walks you through Resolve v11, examining some of the exciting new features while talking about his career in the industry.
Class 2: Editing and Conform.Resolve11_FF201_Class02
Editing with a Color corrector! In this class we outline Resolve's powerful editing features. You might not want to edit, but adding, replacing, trimming and slipping are all important tools for the Colorist.
Class 3: Primary correctionResolve11_FF201_Class03
I have said it before and I'll say it again The Primary controls are the most important controls you will use. This lesson showcases the difference between grading in LOG and Lift Gamma Gain. Before you master anything else you need to be able to do strong primary grading.
Class 4: Secondaries and NodesResolve11_FF201_Class04
Understanding which control to adjust rather than just moving them all is the key to successful secondary keying. For example, learn when to key and when to use a curve. It will make your work more consistent and your grades more effective.
Class 5: Windows Tracking And KeyframingResolve11_FF201_Class05
Learn how to fix broken tracks and how to animate and track at the same time. Many people hate drawing shapes I'll show you how to effectively use an external matte instead.
Class 6: Grading RawResolve11_FF201_Class06
One of the great advances in digital cinematography has been the ability to work with RAW files, and Resolve does this extremely well. In this class we explore how adjust a RAW file and when in your pipeline. We'll see which cameras shoot RAW and what are the advantages within Resolve of implementing a RAW workflow. We look at a variety of popular camera formats, including R3D and Blackmagic Cinema DNG
Class 7: Looks With ClientsResolve11_FF201_Class07
Most people will be working as part of a collaborative team, that means grading for a director or a client in this class I look how to make 'looks' and, how many looks do we offer the clients?
Class 8: Problems And How To Fix ThemResolve11_FF201_Class08
In a perfect world the footage is shot without any issues and the DOP is completely able to achieve the look they want on set. Unfortunately very few of us live in that world. In the real world you don't always get fantastic footage to work with. This class shows you how to handle problem material.
Class 9: WorkflowResolve11_FF201_Class09
A colorist can sometimes spend as much time prepping a project as grading it so here are a few tips to speed your up your workflow. Given the nature of large projects even small savings in time can make a huge difference over the life of your project, freeing up more time to be creative and reducing the stress than can come from a poorly organized and run session.
Class 10: Control SurfacesResolve11_FF201_Class10
While Resolve can work just from the UI on screen, most serious colorist soon want to be able to use a control surface and operate with both hands while focusing on the creative. Here are my thoughts on the Resolve panel options. I also explore how you can do remote grading with Resolve 11.
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