New Color Correction Home Study featuring DaVinci Resolve

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Kerry de Boer

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New Color Correction Home Study featuring DaVinci Resolve

PostWed May 21, 2014 6:32 pm

TaoOfColor.com is proud to announce the launch of its newest color correction Home Study Course, "Remastering 'Mother Died,'" featuring DaVinci Resolve. It's step by step, shot by shot color correction instruction, led by a professional colorist.

http://training.taoofcolor.com

It's a three step Home Study:
Step 1: Get functional on DaVinci Resolve, quickly, so you can move on to doing real work, confidently.
Step 2: Drill the DaVinci Resolve interface training by developing your color grading muscle memory with the provided downloadable real life project that replicates a real world color grading job.
Step 3: Know the answer to the question, "Am I doing this correctly?" by sending your DaVinci Resolve project files to your instructor for a personal video evaluation, providing the kind of feedback a Senior Colorist would provide to a Junior.

Members can download the entire short film used in the video instruction: it's a wonderfully twisted post apocalyptic coming of age story. Home Study members can:
- Download the camera original footage
- Grade Along with your instructor, literally shot by shot
- Get your creative instruction from the director of the short film, Neill Gorton (founder of the London creature shot, MilleniumFX)

Home Study members also get:
- Optional workflows including integration between: the OpenFX plugins FilmConvert and Sapphire; the Quicktime special effects libraries Indie Essentials and Cinegrain; the external scopes software ScopeBox; and the useful utility Resolve Collect
- An additional half dozen bonus videos from the color correction website MixingLight.com
- More than $350 in discounts on 3rd party products supporting the DaVinci Resolve workflow

This color correction Home Study is appreciatively sponsored by color grading reference display manufacturer Flanders Scientific. The short film 'Mother Died' was produced by and licensed from BloodyCuts.co.uk.

For more details, excerpts and pricing, please visit: http://training.taoofcolor.com

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