Colorgrading Workshop 1
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Independent coursework — grading of the Anticorro exercise.
Mode of study
Theoretical lectures combined with immediate practical demonstrations on various sample data from a variety of sources — negative scans, RED RAW, ProRes, XDCAM etc.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Previous knowledge of basics of colorimetry and sensitometry. Students are familiar with Adobe software such as Photoshop and FinalCut Pro and Premiere.
Course requirements are basic knowledge of DaVinci Resolve. The course builds on knowledge and skill acquired in Basics of DaVinci Resolve. Independent coursework — grading of the Anticorro exercise.
1.Edit — Inspector — Transform, Cropping, Retime and Scaling
3.Copying individual nodes and node structures (grades)
4.Split screens for matching grading
5.Grading with LUTs. Grading individual clips, grading the entire timeline.
7.Curves, (tonal, Hue vs. Hue, Hue vs. Sat., etc.)
8.Output blanking and aspect ratios
9.Creating LUTs and exporting LUTs
10.Interaction of power windows and keys, using alpha channels in nodes, alpha channel adjustments
Recommended or required reading
Up to date DaVinci User Manual
Assessment methods and criteria
100% attendance, actively taking part in classes and demonstrating all the learned colour grading techniques on ones own exercise. The student will present the working procedure, primary and secondary colour correction and correct export settings for given deliverables. Timely and neatly done colourgrading.
Credit. Presenting the finished grading and export of the Anticorro exercise to the lecturer and exercise supervisor is required to be credited.
Schedule for winter semester 2018/2019:
The schedule has not yet been prepared
Schedule for summer semester 2018/2019:
Room No. 226
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Mon||14:00–15:35||Vidu GUNARATNA||Room No. 226
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Cinematography - 1819 (required subject)