Color Correcting Video (ft. DaVinci Resolve, Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Redcine-X Pro) by Chad Perkins — SkillShare — Free download
In this course, we’ll take a goooooood solid look at color correcting video footage.
We’ll start out by going over basics such as color theory, what makes an image look pleasing, using LUTs, primary vs. secondary grades, how to use scopes and more. Oh so much more.
Then we’ll get our hands dirty as we play with color in a host of popular color grading applications: Redcine-X Pro (which is FREE!), Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, and finally DaVinci Resolve.
This class is for *all* skill levels. It might be a smidge helpful if you’re vaguely familiar with Adobe Premiere and/or Adobe After Effects, but that’s not essential. If you have experience with video in any editing application you should be able to follow along just fine and learn a ton.
The goal here is to get you so familiar with color grading, that you can feel comfortable diagnosing and fixing any color issues manually, and in any color correction application. And also, I think this is just really fun stuff! So, you know. There’s that.
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Course content: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/Color-Correcting-Video-ft-DaVinci-Resolve-Premiere-Pro-After-Effects-and-Redcine-X-Pro/1349813916