Colour Grading

Color Grading Technicolor Cinestyle In Davinci Resolve

Color Grading Technicolor Cinestyle In Davinci Resolve

I show you how to color grade Technicolor Cinestyle - a flat color profile for Canon DSLRs - in Davinci Resolve.

How To Add Film Grain To Videos In Davinci Resolve

How To Add Film Grain To Videos In Davinci Resolve

Film grain can make your videos look more organic. Here is how you can add it in Davinci Resolve.

How To Edit Narrative Music Videos

How To Edit Narrative Music Videos

I show you my post-production process for editing narrative music videos.

How To Create Custom LUTs In Davinci Resolve

How To Create Custom LUTs In Davinci Resolve

LUTs are a great way to colour grade when you don't have much time. Here's how you can create LUTs in Davinci Resolve.

How To Color Grade Using Power Grades In Davinci Resolve

How To Color Grade Using Power Grades In Davinci Resolve

Power Grades are LUTs on steroids, making them a great way to color grade in Davinci Resolve.

How To Install & Use LUTs in Davinci Resolve

How To Install & Use LUTs in Davinci Resolve

Sometimes you won't have enough time to color grade a video project. Using LUTs can help speed up that process in Davinci Resolve.

How To Color Correct & Grade Flat Color Profiles In Premiere Pro

How To Color Correct & Grade Flat Color Profiles In Premiere Pro

I show you how to color correct and grade flat color profiles such as Prolost Flat.

How To Color Grade Footage Using LUTs In Premiere Pro

How To Color Grade Footage Using LUTs In Premiere Pro

In this Tutorial Tuesday, I show you how to color grade using LUTs!

Color Grading DSLR Footage In Davinci Resolve

Color Grading DSLR Footage In Davinci Resolve

I show you how I colour correct & colour grade DSLR footage in Davinci Resolve to make it look more cinematic.

Color Grading DSLR Footage In Adobe Premiere Pro

Color Grading DSLR Footage In Adobe Premiere Pro

In this video, I show you how I color grade my films in Adobe Premiere Pro. Color corecting/grading is an important part of making your DSLR footage look more cinematic.