Emily Haine

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  1. Amazing! you have managed to explain the most complex in color grading in a way that is easy to understand, and I must say that this course is in its very own league. I'm also happy to see that you did a whole course without pulling keys (except tonal keys which is a must) and unnecessary use of secondaries. This truly is a best-practice course that values the base grade and the lessons are super tight!
  2. Do you know if it's possible to mark two points on the custom curve and move them simultaneously with the arrow keys on the keyboard? Em
  3. If I understand you correctly, the footage is deleted both from your hard drive and the camera cards? Then recovery software is your solution. There are some risks involved with self-recovery so if the footage is important you should might consider contacting professionals.
  4. Playing around with the different frequencies is very common, you can see Lee demonstrate it in the Beauty Retouching series. It's often a combination of tools that gives the best result and it's smart to learn a variety of beauty techniques.
  5. Great work Lee, very to the point and a lot to learn here.
  6. Uniformity issues means you see color splotches on the screen. Load a white solid to test the panel before you buy or mount it on the wall.
  7. No, but might be for clients if you can find one without too much uniformity issues. Look at Eizo or FSI for cheaper monitor alternatives.
  8. If you want to make a trim pass for YouTube watched on a mobile device or whatever, simply turn on the lights and make a simple trim pass at the end. Some people tend to be completely obsessed with gamma, numbers and complicated things too much.
  9. Licensing gets more and more intricate so I guess the software providers will do what they can to ensure you stay updated.
  10. The color controls will feel a bit different but it's totally up to you if you prefer to work in the standard range or in one of the others.
  11. Thank you for this, I have always been curious about learning Scratch.
  12. How is Autodesk doing with Flame these days?
  13. Depends on the context, but density is brightness and tone could relate to the tonal curve. Brightness and individual curve adjustments are a good combination to work a desirable contrast into the image.
  14. One of the main differences was that you you couldn't load footage directly into the Resolve version, but now you can through the "Loader node" in V15.