Nicolas Hanson

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About Nicolas Hanson

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  1. With all the respect, choosing between RED, Alexa, Sony IS a personal matter. I would not go for Sony either because I personally don't like the images coming from the camera. 16 bit holds more information than 10 bit and most grading suites are optimized for eating r3d files. XAVC is a stranger for many, but it will probably not be an issue at all. Working with post house where nobody can speak the DOPs language sounds like a joke, but I guess you have your reason - or no choice.
  2. This course is very useful for me as a colorist because I'm asked to paint out things on almost every job. That's kind of expected as so many directors know it's possible in Resolve.
  3. Second that Brian. Kevin was the one that got me up to speed with Avid ages ago and the best I can think of to teach editing in Resolve. The quality of all the courses on this site is extremely high and made me cancel the subscriptions on the other Resolve learning sites months ago. Thanks Kevin and thanks Lowepost.
  4. Have you tested the Frameio and DaVinci Resolve integration? Does it come with a basic subscription plan?
  5. Finally some next level workflow stuff, I love it!
  6. That sounds like a bug, it works here but I will investigate a little here on my end.
  7. Any NAB rumors or lacks our there? Any serious price drops from the most expensive software developers or big software news? DaVinci Resolve news?
  8. Have any of you worked with Cinema4D for motion graphics? I have been working with After Effects for a decade but want to look into 3D stuff and I know many use those two in combination.
  9. Lesson 20 in the Fusion VFX intro course is about stabilization too.
  10. What is the best way to interpret Drone footage (DNG files)?
  11. I have not, but would consider Eizo. Cheaper than FSI and used by many colorists.
  12. Very useful techniques for any After Effects work!
  13. I work with the LUT that is provided by the DOP (the camera LUT), and apply it at node level so that I can grade before and after it.
  14. Found it, it's still in the advanced settings.