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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Would it be possible to use a clean slate, a shot of the background without the model, and use some form of subtract blending mode to extract the background faster and more exact, or will film noise make this hard?

Not fluent enough in Fusion yet to understand what nodes to use to try this myself. 😳  

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1 hour ago, Tomas Pettersson said:

Would it be possible to use a clean slate, a shot of the background without the model, and use some form of subtract blending mode to extract the background faster and more exact, or will film noise make this hard?

Not fluent enough in Fusion yet to understand what nodes to use to try this myself. 😳  

You can try using the Clean Plate tool to generate a clean plate with the averaged background color and then use it with the Delta Keyer to key the background. Alternatively, the Difference Keyer is will create a key after comparing a clean plate and the footage with the model. Noise always makes difference keying more difficult. Using the Subtract blending mode may remove too much background color from the foreground to make it viable.

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5 hours ago, karl ellison said:

Is this course complete?  Or are them more lessons to come?

 

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Hi Karl, the course is complete but we might add some new lessons later.

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