Dozent: Flavio G. Garcia
1./2. April 2017, jeweils 10-18 Uhr
Teilnahmebeitrag: 100 Euro (120 € Unterstützerpreis, 80€ ermäßigt)

Colorgrading DaVinci Resolve – Advanced

am 01.04.2017 um 10.00 Uhr

Termin: 1./2. April 2017
Uhrzeit: 10:00-18:00

Ort: Filmarche, Lahnstraße 25, 12055 Berlin, Neukölln
(Seminarraum 1)

Anmeldung an: schindlertiziana@gmail.com

Workshopbeschreibung:

DaVinci Resolve is no doubt the most professional and powerful color grading software available. Most films, from independent productions to high­end blockbusters, are color graded with this software.

The DaVinci Resolve Advanced Workshop focuses on bigger than HD media (2K, 4K, RAW film formats), complex workflows (like creating dailies for editing in other softwares or managin LUT’s), and secondary color grading (this is: correcting a range of color, and/or using masks, keys, etc.). We also go deeper into working with nodes.

The Workshop will be moderated by Flavio G. Garcia and is held in english.
He is an editing and postproduction expert, with 10 years of experience teaching to all kind of students, from award winning professionals to video enthusiasts. He has taught at many universities, film academies, private companies, organizations, and particulars.

www.flavioggarcia.net
www.lamovioladigital.blogspot.com

Requirements:

  • Students must download and install in their laptops DaVinci Resolve Lite form the official Blackmagic Design web. It’s completely free.
  • Resolve needs a powerful machine to run well. 8 Gigas of RAM are recommended, and you need a good graphics card. Check the system requirements first.
  • It will work fine in most modern PC or Mac laptops.
  • Students should have done the DaVinci Resolve Introdcution Workshop before doing this Advanced one, or know the basics of the software.
  • Workshop is in English.

Programme:

DAY ONE

10:00­12:00 HIGH END WORKFLOWS Working with bigger than HD media: 2K, 4K, and beyond. Working with RAW digital film formats. Red Code, Cinema DNG (Blackmagic Cameras), ARRIRAW. Creating and applying LUT’s (Look Up Tables) Audio Synchronization. Creating dailies for editing in other programs (Avid MXF media, ProRes files, etc.). Re­linking to high­res media.

12:00­12:10 Coffee/tea.

12:10­14:00 ADVANCED COLOR GRADING I Editing Camera RAW settings. Understanding RAW + non­RAW grades. Secondary color grading. The qualifier. Choosing a color range to grade. Creating masks (Power Windows).

14:00­15:00 Lunch.

15:00­16:30 ADVANCED COLOR GRADING II Custom shape masks. Animating and tracking masks. Creating keys.

16:30­16:40 Coffee/tea.

16:40­18:00 ADVANCED COLOR GRADING III Secondary color grading exercise. Q&A.

DAY TWO

10:00­12:00 ADVANCED COLOR GRADING IV Advanced curves: Hue Vs. Hue, Hue Vs. Sat, Hue Vs. Lum, Lum Vs. Sat. Blur, sharpen, and mist.

12:00­12:10 Coffee/tea.

12:10­14:00 ADVANCED COLOR GRADING V Keyframing. Customizing keyframe curves. Advanced nodes: parallel, combiner, layer. Clip nodes, Timeline nodes, group nodes (pre and post). Working with keys.

14:00­15:00 Lunch.

15:00­16:30 FINAL EXERCISE We color grade a complete short sequence.

16:30­16:40 EXERCISE DISCUSSION We watch and discuss the sequences graded by the students.

Flavio Garcia Da Vinci