DaVinci Resolve: Color Correction
DaVinci Resolve: Color Correction
Austin School of Film is proud to announce that we are now the first DaVinci Resolve 15 Certified Training Partner for in-classroom training in all of the Southwest! This certified course is perfect for both new and experienced editors who would like to learn DaVinci Resolve Color Correction.
This hands-on training course guides students through a series of practical exercises that teach you how to use DaVinci Resolve’s color correction tools. The workflow based lessons begin with primary tools and scopes for balancing images. Next, you’ll learn how to use secondary tools for more targeted and creative corrections so you can make your own Hollywood caliber grades!
FUN FACT: the most groundbreaking Oscar-nominated films of 2019 (including A Star is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War) all used DaVinci Resolve 15 for post-production, in conjunction with other Blackmagic Design products like the URSA Mini Pro— a camera we cover in our HD Camera Basics course! Interested in learning more? Venture here.
Topics covered in our DaVinci Resolve 15: Color Correction certified training class include:
Color Correcting a DaVinci Resolve Timeline
Creating Color Continuity
Correcting and Enhancing Isolated Areas
Managing Nodes and Grades
Conforming from an XML Timeline
Mastering the Node Pipeline
Managing Grades Across Clips and Timelines
Optimizing the Grade Workflow
Optimizing the Grading Workflow
Adjusting Image Properties
Using Groups in the Grading Workflow
Setting up RAW Projects
All students are eligible to take the end-user exam after this course. If passed, you will be a certified end-user for DaVinci Resolve 15: Color Correction. All DaVinci Resolve courses are taught by certified instructors. Curriculum outline upon request, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
INSTRUCTOR: Cordelaine (Corey) Kline is an Austin based industry filmmaker and educator. Kline has worked as an Assistant Camera/2nd AC on 3 feature films since arrival in Austin and is what you would call a “rarity” in the industry. He is both skilled in production (DP) and post-production (editing and color correcting). In addition to his on-set expertise, Corey is a certified training instructor for DaVinci Resolve. Kline graduated from the University of Iowa Cinema Program where he produced and DP'd a feature film called Diary of a Superhero which won the Award of Excellence from Iowa Motion Picture Association.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Those interested in color correction and color grading. DaVinci is available for both Mac and PC, providing a cost efficient option for building out your editing suite. Learn the workflows to start editing efficiently and professionally. This class will be broken into three segments for hands-on learning.
NOTE: All software training classes take place in MMAC's iMac computer lab. All software courses are taught on iMac computers. Mac experience is strongly suggested but not required.
CERTIFICATE: ASoF Digital Video Certificate elective class.
PRE-REQUISITES: Students must be familiar with non-linear editing platforms and have experience editing. Whether that is through completion of Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X or Intro to DaVinci Resolve courses at Austin School of Film or equivalent skill-set.
SUPPLIES: all provided including iMac workstation, software, & e-book for the duration of the course.
All of ASoF’s courses are certified by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to provide Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.