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  1. Hi Kamil. Thanks for reaching out about this, the old project files are uploaded on the link.
  2. W alter Volpatto is one of Hollywood's most successful colorist and some of his movies include Green Book, Dunkirk, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and The Hateful Eight. He primarily works in DaVinci Resolve and uses a fixed node structure that he has developed over the years. Lowepost visited Walter at Company 3 LA with our camera team to learn in detail about how he builds his grades. Download his node tree (*.drx) here.
  3. DaVinci Resolve 17 is a major new release with a massive new DaVinci wide gamut color space that enables even higher quality image processing. This course is a must-see for all professional colorists, and the new color management solution will make you create better looking images! The course is thought by the world-renowned video- and workflow-specialist and author Lee Lanier. The first version of this course was recorded a year ago, and has been updated with many new lessons and theory and examples are added to the exisiting ones. In this training series you will learn to work with both display-referred and scene-referred management including ACES, applying DRTs with SDR and HDR projects, using DaVinci Wide Gamut, matching camera profiles with color space transforms and DCTLs, how to set up your projects for multiple color space outputs, RED IPP2 and RAW workflow, how to use the Gamut tool, LUTs, CSTs and OpenColorIO in Fusion, an overview of the Colorspace Aware Tools and much more. The DaVinci Resolve database files, footage and DCTL are available for download so that you can easily follow along. I want to especially thank Paul Dore, Dylan R. Hopkin, John Daro, Marc Wielage and Doug Delaney for their generous help and valuable inputs. Read more about the course
  4. Adobe After Effects is the industry standard for visual effects and used by millions of users all over the world. This course will teach you how to create subtle realistic effects that are needed on every production, and no prior knowledge of After Effects is required. With 37 easy-to-follow video lessons by master trainer Lee Lanier, you will learn about everything you need to get started with a career as a visual effects artist. The footage and projects files are available for download so that you can easily follow along. Download project files 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? After Effects beginners Compositors Finishing artists
  5. The course is about the art and craft of Multiplaning. Multiplaning lets you to take a 2D image or video, cut it apart and arrange it in 3D space. This creates a sense of parallex, perspective change and life when combining it with a 3D camera that moves through the scene. Multiplane is sometimes called 2.5D because you have 2D card arranged in 3D space. The footage used in this course is available for download. Download project files 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 Compositors Finishing artists Lessons overview 01: Introduction 02: Setting up a project 03: Creating basic 3D scene 04: Splitting images with masks 05: Creating 3D cards 06: Arranging 3D cards 07: Adjusting the cards 08: Paint fixing the cards 09: Paint fixing in Photoshop 10: Delivery 11: Building a second 3D scene 12: Painting a mask 13: Adding a nonplanar card 14: More paint fixing in Photoshop 15: Adjusting the final card 16: Updating the camera animation 17: Merging the 3D renders 18: Adding a new phone screen 19: Final adjustments 20: Depth of field and final render
  6. In this masterclass in color grading, Hollywood colorist Chris Jacobson invites you into his color suite to show you every detail about his color work with the popular tv-show SUITS. Chris will take you through the full technical process in DaVinci Resolve from setting up the project to final delivery, including building the node tree, creating the look and shaping the final images. About the instructor Chris Jacobson is one of the most successful colorists in Hollywood and is the colorist behind big features and tv-shows as Mulholland Drive, SUITS, Alpha Dog and Covert Affairs among many others. Who is this course designed for? Colorists COURSE OVERVIEW LESSON 01: PREPARING THE PROJECT Chris is preparing the project for color grading. LESSON 02: TIME MANAGEMENT Analyzing the shots and discussing the importance of time management and how to prepare for keeping deadlines. LESSON 03: COLOR PIPELINE Going through the project settings in DaVinci Resolve LESSON 04: NODE STRUCTURE In this lesson Chris goes through his node tree in detail with special attention to compressions and highlight controls. LESSON 05: CONTRAST AND SHAPING Building a strong "Ansel Adams"-contrast and shaping the shots. LESSON 06: BLACK TREATMENT Going through techniques to add an extra "pop" to the images. LESSON 07: LOOK OVERVIEW Discussing the looks in SUITS. LESSON 08: RIPPLING THE GRADES Chris demonstrates how to adjust grades in a scene and ripple the result. LESSON 09: VFX Discussing visual effects. LESSON 10: DELIVERY Finishing it all up with the delivery settings.
  7. In this course, our instructor Lee Lanier discusses the 3D environment provided by Resolve Fusion. He demonstrates how to set up a basic 3D scene, add and import models, assign materials and textures, add and adjust lights, and how to combine to the 3D scene with 2D parts of the Fusion flow. The footage and assets used in this course are available for download so that you can easily follow along. Download project files 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? VFX-artists using DaVinci Resolve Fusion or the standalone version of Fusion Lessons overview 01: Introduction 02: Importing and relinking 03: Creating a 3D scene 04: Adding primitive meshes 05: Importing meshes 06: Adding materials and meshes 07: Adding 3D lights 08: Casting shadows 09: 3D reflections 10: Material inputs 11: Complex meshes and mesh tools 12: Remapping UVs 13: Multiplanning 14: Projecting matte paintings 15: Using other mesh types 16: Animating in 3D 17: Spherical background and cameras 18: Combining 3D and 2D Software required DaVinci Resolve or the standalone version of Fusion
  8. Normally, you would want to balance in one of the first nodes in the chain, then secondary techniques and run everything through the curve.
  9. The offset corrections are done prior to the the contrast curve in the node chain. The way things are set up in this lesson, all the corrections are done prior to the curve and watched through the curve. In other words, the corrections are piped through the curve and if you re-draw the curve (or change the LUT) the results of your color corrections will change.
  10. Thanks for your kind words! Sorry about that missing clip, we have updated the folder now. Thanks for letting us know!
  11. Learn everything you need to know about multicam editing in DaVinci Resolve with the award-winning editor Kevin P. Mcauliffe. DaVinci Resolve has quickly become the application of choice for many editors and the multicam features are both innovative and lightning quick to work with. Kevin will teach you how to synchronize camera angles based on in- or out-points and timecode, but also by analyzing audio sample plots. You will learn how to use metadata for name and angle information, offset and switch single camera angles, work with linecuts and pre-grade entire camera angles. You will also get acess to the footage you need to follow along and an extra performance to play around with. Download project files About the instructor Kevin P McAuliffe is an award winning editor and visual effects creator with over 20 years of teaching and training experience. Over the past years Kevin has delivered world-class work for clients such as Warner Bros, Walt Disney Company, 20th Century Fox, Universal and Elevation Pictures. Who is this course designed for? DaVinci Resolve users Editors with background from Avid Media Composer, Premiere and Final Cut COURSE OVERVIEW 01: Introduction 02: Project creation and keyboard shortcuts 03: Clip setup 04: Multicam preparation 05: Timeline creation and editing multicam clips 06: Multicam editing 07: Grading multicam clips 08: Working with linecuts 09: Finishing up
  12. In this course you will learn all the techniques you need to do a perfect screen replacement regardless of the difficulty level of the shot. Instructor Lee Lanier will walk you through different approaches on a variety of screens with several challenges such as out of focus screens, hidden corners, motion blur, hands obscuring the screens, missing reflections and much more. These strategies will help you solve the most complex shots inside of After Effects & Mocha. The footage and assets used in this course is available for download. Download project files 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? Finishing artists Compositors
  13. John Daro is a world-renowned senior colorist working at Warner Bros in Los Angeles, and in this masterclass you are invited into his color suite. John has color graded feature films and tv-series for all the major studios in Hollywood and will teach you techniques and strategies that will help you become a better colorist. The course is about the art and craft of color grading and is not designed to teach the operations of a specific software. All the footage used in this course except for the bonus lesson is available for download. Download project files About the instructor John Daro is a world-renowned colorist that started his career at FotoKem in Burbank, Los Angeles. At FotoKem he pioneered post production techniques and was one of the original colorist team members which led FotoKem to be one of the top post production houses in the world. Now John is working with color grading feature films and tv-series at Warner Bros in Hollywood. Who is this course designed for? Colorists COURSE OVERVIEW LESSON 01: COLOR CORRECTION In this lesson John teaches how to balance and match images using printer light techniques. He explores ways to work with exposure, contrast and saturation to preserve the original intent of the photography. Strategies related to black- and white levels, gamma work and color biases are also discussed. All the shots John is working with are available for download. LESSON 02: COLOR GRADING John moves on to discuss story telling and the creative decisions behind a the color grade, and walk through the process of creating great looking images and creative looks. LESSON 03: SKIN TONES (BONUS LESSON) In this bonus lesson John talks about different approaches to separate skin tones, and gives a solid approach to build an HSL key for isolating skin tones.
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