PEAKY BLINDERS

Colored by Simone Grattarola

We have recorded the screen inside of DaVinci Resolve when colorist Simone Grattarola is setting the look for the popular show Peaky Blinders.

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Peaky Blinders is one of the best looking shows I've seen, and you are definitely one of the greatest colorists out there. Thank you for sharing your knowledge Simone!

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Love everything about this show! Thanks for the insights (the videos from the grading sessions are great!).

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Simone, thanks for the insights. One question. On the referenced close-up of Chester there's a little tint on his shirt. Is it from the skin isolation node?

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On 1/28/2019 at 7:36 AM, Jonathan Steil said:

Simone, thanks for the insights. One question. On the referenced close-up of Chester there's a little tint on his shirt. Is it from the skin isolation node?

I was wondering the same thing! 

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Guest Patrick Taylor

Do all the Case Studies include screen recordings? Or just this one?

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58 minutes ago, Guest Patrick Taylor said:

Do all the Case Studies include screen recordings? Or just this one?

No, they are all very different. You can find breakdowns of grades using before and after images or print screens, and some with techniques explained without any illustrations except the final frames. 

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On 1/31/2019 at 4:39 PM, Patrick Sexton said:

Why Isn't the Audio working for these Breakdowns?

Is there supposed to be?

This is screen recordings without audio. 

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