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Sicario: Day of the Soldado has an interesting color grade with a lot of high-contrast complementary colors. In today’s tutorial, Youtuber AramK shows is how to replicate the color grading from this action movie.
Both digital and analogue video will have some degree of noise (or grain). It’s inescapable! What matters is whether the noise is desirable or not. Today we’ll take a look at how to remove unwanted noise, so we can add desirable noise, such as film grain.
In our previous tutorials, we discussed using LUTs, color space, and exposure to grade our videos efficiently. Let’s see how we can combine these techniques to create the look of a high-value commercial.
Object removal is one of the most common post-production tasks. This is usually done with painting or rotoscoping, but Davinci Resolve now has a tool to do it quickly in the color grading workspace. How does the new object remove tool in Davinci Resolve work? Is it any good?
Working in the right color space makes a world of a difference to our color grading.
Today we’ll learn how to use LUTs to speed up our color grading workflow and ensure consistent results.