Course For DaVinci Resolve 104 – Secondary Color Grading

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In this in-depth look at secondary color grading, DaVinci Resolve expert Andrew Balis shows you the “power” of Power Windows. See how to put these incredible tools to work in your projects! DaVinci Resolve gives you incredible flexibility in the way you can color correct and grade. In this Secondary Color Grading course by Hollywood colorist Andrew Balis, you learn how to utilize Resolve’s Circular, Linear and Gradient windows to create the desired color effect almost anywhere in the video frame. Looking for the perfect color for that one flower in the bouquet sitting on the table? How about making that sky an ominous shade of gray? Power Windows can team up with HSL keys and give you just what you're looking to accomplish. Andrew also shows you lots of useful shortcuts to make your workflow as smooth and efficient as it can be. It takes a ton of patience and a great sense of style to be a successful colorist. Andrew's course will help you along the way, and give you a great understanding of the many ways you can shape your video frame to give your project that perfect, professional look! Table of Contents: 1. Overview of Secondary Color Grading 2. Creating a Power Window Selection 3. Inverting the Power Window 4. Displaying the Outline 5. External & Internal Display Options 6. Using Highlight Mode 7. Resetting Windows & Corrections 8. Customizing Your Workspace 9. Circular Power Windows (CPW) 10. Transform Controls 11. Gradient Power Windows (GPW) 12. Linear Power Windows (LPW) 13. Polygonal Power Windows (PPW) 14. Custom Power Curve Windows (PCW) 15. Modifying a Power Curve Window 16. Power Curve Windows & Softness 17. Introduction to Creating Effects 18. Vignettes 19. Grad Effects 20. Creating Shadows 21. Adding Light Streaks 22. Isolating a Face 23. Combining Power Windows: Basics 24. Transform Controls & Selection 25. A Real World Scenario 26. Adding Outside Nodes 27. In the Real World 28. Copying Windows 29. Saving Presets 30. Overview of HSL Keys 31. Qualifier Interface 32. Sampling a Color 33. Starting with a Balanced Image 34. Refining the HSL Selection 35. Refining a Blur Radius 36. Creating an Image Adjustment 37. Additional Edge Control Options 38. Inverting keys 39. Refining a Selection 40. Creating a New Selection