This week, I show you my post-production process for editing narrative music videos in Davinci Resolve, but these principles can be applied to any editing software.
In this video, we look at how you can add titles & subtitles to your films, as well as how you can optimise your film for different platforms, exporting at the perfect settings.
Adding sound to your film can enhance the story, adding emotion, depth and intrigue. Here's how you can sound design your films in Davinci Resolve.
For part three of my Davinci Resolve guide, we are going to be diving deep into my process for color grading films in Davinci Resolve.
I walk you through my video editing workflow in Davinci Resolve which I use on my documentary and client films.
Organising your video projects is the best way for you to edit films efficiently. Here are my top tips.
Creating project templates is a great way to speed up your edit when you produce regular content with similar assets, such as a TV series or YouTube videos. It is a pretty simple process in Davinci Resolve and will save you a lot of time.
Here's how you can create an audio visualiser for music, podcasts & videos in Adobe After Effects.
This tutorial looks at how you can install and use Lightroom Presets.
Learning how to tell stories with a single frame, can help you to tell stories in film.
Correctly exposing your videos is the first step to achieving a cinematic look.