Thomas Singh

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  1. What is your question? The only way to get Mitch’s color science is to buy Cinelook from Ravengrade.com .
  2. I want to even out / smooth a dolly shot that has some uneven motion. Any idea how to solve that within DaVinci Resolve
  3. Strangely I read the two shots different and think the last shot is the most natural one. The first shot has quite infected blacks, less natural skin tones and greens that can't be found in real nature. If you want shots from different locations and light to match, it could be an idea to determine some factors that should be the same between shots, e.g that blacks should be black.
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    Color couch podcast

    This is super cool, great podcast Vincent!
  5. We would be happy if you introduced a product that works. Why do you ignore questions like Keidrich's?
  6. You don't have to, but in many cases you simply do re-track because it's faster or you don't care to look for the last good frame. Absolutely no wrong about doing that.
  7. I work primarily in DaVinci Resolve Fusion and After Effects, do I need Mocha Pro to get a good track on skin and clothes?
  8. I use the DM240 as my main reference monitor and CX for clients. We have swapped the CX several times, but have decided that we can live with the percentages of uniformity issues on the one we have now. What I don't like with it is the motion.
  9. Wish I saw this After Effects course when I started out, would have saved me enormous times searching for this information. Thank you Lee!
  10. Wish I saw this After Effects course when I started out, would have saved me enormous times searching for this information. Thank you Lee!
  11. I would suggest posting the questions in the comment field below the actual course, it will help to know what course you are talking about.
  12. You need to be more specific in what you want to do before asking people here in the forums. If you want to even out the colors to get a flat more even look you can try to bring the hues closer together. It's a good lesson on exactly that on the professional color grading course here on Lowepost. For specific skin work, removing blemishes and imperfections, that's typical tasks that can be resolved inside of Fusion and I suggest the Beauty Retouching in DaVinci Resolve Fusion training for that.
  13. Hopefully, Resolves rotobrush improves over time but considering how poor the auto-roto solution in After Effects is after all these years I have no big hopes. Anyway, for now, see how much you can get away with using the luma keyers and then pick up the rest with manual roto.