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Basics of Color Grading

The Art of Color Grading

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

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

How to Choose a 4K Monitor for Color Grading in DaVinci Resolve

How to Choose a 4K Monitor for Color Grading in DaVinci Resolve. Not so easy!

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Basics of Color Grading

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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Sony A7s Guide

How to Expose and Grade S-Log2 for the Sony A7s

The definitive guide to exposing, monitoring and grading S-Log2 footage from the Sony A7s

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

NAS or SAN? Part Two: When to use which for Video?

The simplest way to tell when to use or SAN or NAS for video, and how to find the right solution for your workflow.

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Post Production

An Overview of the different Stages of Post Production (Part Two)

An Overview of the different Stages of Post Production. In Part Two we look at the Mixing, Mastering and Creating Deliverables stages.

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Basics of Color Grading

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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Basics of Color Grading

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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Basics of Color Basics of Color Grading

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?

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Camera Comparisons

Does your Camera Deliver the Film Look (Part Two)?

Which video camera really delivers the film look? Part Two asks: Does your sub $20,000 camera look like film or not?