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How to get the Film Look Easily without using LUTs or Plugins

The easiest way to create the film look without knowing how to grade or spending money on LUTs or plugins.

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The Art of Color Grading

Why is color grading powerful and how important are colorists anyway?

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A Comparison of Noise Reduction Techniques for Log footage shot on the Sony a7S II and a7R II

What’s the best noise reduction technique for log footage on the Sony a7S II and a7R II? We compare.

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How to Pick the Right Color Grading Software, or, the Fundamental Differences in Cheap Color Correction Applications: Plugins, Built-in Tools, RAW Converters, DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Speedgrade

What are the fundamental differences between color correction plugins, RAW converters, Resolve and Speedgrade?

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Should you raise Bit Depth and Color Space before Color Grading? Part Two: RAW Video

Want to avoid poor quality web videos? You need to know if it’s worth working in a higher bit depth or color space. Part Two deals with RAW video.

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Should you raise Bit Depth and Color Space before Color Grading? Part One: 8-bit Video

Want to avoid poor quality web videos? You need to know if it’s worth working in a higher bit depth or color space. Part One deals with 8-bit video.

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Color Correction Tools (Part Two): Masks, Mixers and Tracking

There are eight main tools in any color correction application. This article explains masks, mixers and tracking tools.

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Color Correction Tools (Part One): Saturation, Levels and Curves

There are eight main tools in any color correction application. This article explains the three most basic: the Saturation, Levels and Curves tools.

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What is Color Correction or Color Grading?

The simplest explanation of color correction. What is it, what are the three groups of color correction, and what software and hardware do you need?