使用 颜色管理和LUT 修正画面
Problem Solving in DaVinci Resolve will help you answer the questions that all colorists ask themselves when sitting down to address common image related problems: “Where is the best place to start?” “How do I know what aspects of my images need to be corrected? “Is there an ideal approach to correcting my footage?”
In this hands-on tutorial, colorist Jason Bowdach will teach you how to approach your corrections the way professional colorists do – using a standard order of operations that will improve, and in some cases even salvage shots that you might have written off as unusable.
Here are some of the topics this tutorial covers:
How to evaluate your images for problems
Improve poorly exposed footage using curves & color wheels
Fix shots with mixed lighting or white balance issues
Normalize your footage with Resolve Color Management & LUTs
Focus attention using windows, qualifiers, and blurs
Clean up compression and/or sensor noise in your shots
Remove or reduce flicker, dead pixels, and lens distortion
Who this Tutorial is for:
This tutorial was designed for beginning to intermediate colorists, editors, filmmakers, and producers who want to improve their footage. This tutorial assumes a basic familiarity with DaVinci Resolve 12-12.5’s User Interface and workflow paradigms. Users who need a foundational understanding of DaVinci Resolve should watch our DaVinci Resolve 12 QuickStart tutorial.