DaVinci Resolve Beauty Retouching

DaVinci Resolve Beauty Retouching

In the DaVinci Resolve Beauty Retouching series you will learn everything you need to know about digital retouching and techniques which are useful on almost every single project you are working on. Learn how to clean up blemishes around areas that dramatically shifts and changes, build your own frequency separation from scratch, deal with flyaway hair, dark pupils, symmetry, teeths, dark shadows around eyes and much more.

The techniques in this series will range from beginner to intermediate and advanced, but they are all easy-to-follow..

The project files and footage are available for download so that you can easily follow along.

About the instructor

Lee Lanier has created visual effects on numerous features films for Walt Disney Studios and PDI/DreamWorks. Lee is a world-renowned expert in the video effects field, and has written several popular high-end software books, and taught at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood.

Who is this course designed for?

DaVinci Resolve users and other finishing artists

Some of the topics

  • Clean up blemishes
  • Build custom Frequency Separation
  • Remove Flyaway hair
  • Body Stretch and Symmetry
  • Lighten pupils
  • Teeth enhancement
  • Remove eye circles
  • Skin improvement

Software required

BlackMagic Design DaVinci Resolve

Below you can watch one of the beginner lessons for free!

 

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Great tutorial and looking forward to the remaining.

I'm curious if you'll be covering the use of multiple shapes with tracking/perspective tracking?

Many thanks.

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23 hours ago, Craig Harris said:

Great tutorial and looking forward to the remaining.

I'm curious if you'll be covering the use of multiple shapes with tracking/perspective tracking?

Many thanks.

Thanks Craig! Lee will cover planar tracking masks and matte paintings in several of the upcoming lessons.

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Hi, 

 

Thanks a lot for this. 

Can you just explain the use of the transform node in lesson 2 ? Can't we just right click on the center of the ellipse node and connect it to  tracker1 ?

 

Thanks a lot for your answer and for this great job, 

 

Julien

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3 hours ago, Julien Souloumiac said:

Hi, 

Thanks a lot for this. 

Can you just explain the use of the transform node in lesson 2 ? Can't we just right click on the center of the ellipse node and connect it to  tracker1 ?

Thanks a lot for your answer and for this great job, 

Julien

Thanks! 

If tracking data is connected to the Ellipse tool, Fusion won't allow it to connect to an Effect Mask input.

And, if the Ellipse is already connected to the Effect Mask input, the tracking data option disappears from the menu.

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Hi, 

 

Thanks a lot for your answer, that's a very interesting point. 

I have another question : when I follow your instructions concerning node structure and tracking data, my ellipse center may switch on the y position sometimes. I already encountered this several times connecting tracking data. Is this a known issue/bug, or am I doing something wrong ? 

 

I can post a screenshot to make things clear if needed. And I was working on free beta version, didn't try on my studio version...

 

Thanks again for your work,

 

best

 

Julien

 

 

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On 12/28/2018 at 3:16 AM, Lowepost said:

Thanks Craig! Lee will cover planar tracking masks and matte paintings in several of the upcoming lessons.

Looking forward to matte paintings

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