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Color Grading Workflow with LUTs in Premiere Pro CC

With the vast improvements added to color grading applications in the recent years (from the introduction of Adobe’s Lumetri Color panel in Premiere Pro to the fast-growing number of features implemented in DaVinci Resolve), utilizing LUTs has become a common practice for many seasoned colorists and enthusiasts

How to Color Grade S-Log 3 Footage in FCP X

Despite its flat color and contrast aesthetic, Sony’s proprietary picture profile S-Log 3 is well known for its flexibility when it comes to color grading. While the profile definitely has certain advantages, its main difficulty is that it may be tricky to actually work with, especially for

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel Hands-on Review

I recently had the chance to spend some time with the Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel and in the following post I’ll share my experience. Announced back in March alongside the more advanced and bigger Blackmagic Resolve Mini Panel, the Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Micro Panel is the

Don’t Miss the Ultimate DaVinci Resolve Online Training Bundle and Get Fairlight 101 and Fusion 8 – Simplified Courses for Free!

On the weekend before 4th of July, seasoned colorist and editor Alex Jordan is back again with another enticing opportunity for all creative professionals and enthusiasts alike out there. His Ultimate DaVinci Resolve Online Training Bundle that includes DaVinci Resolve 14 Grading & Editing Courses along with DaVinci Resolve Practice

How To Add In-Camera Custom LUTs to the Panasonic GH5

In addition to the plethora of fantastic video features packed on board, the Panasonic GH5 allows users to load custom LUTs as well so that they can preview different looks straight in their camera while shooting in V-Log. And the best part is that you can convert

Building an Insanely Powerful 4K Video Editing PC for Just $998?

Fitting this particular budget to build a fully-fledged 4K video editing PC could be an exceptional challenge even for a highly experienced professional PC builder, but it seems that Max Yuryev managed to figure it out by putting together another best-bang-for-the-buck video editing workstation ready to make

$10K Mac Pro vs. $10K 56-Thread PC? Which One to Pick?

Imagine that you have $10,000 to spend on building the ultimate workstation for your creative workflow while being strictly limited to only two options. Which one would you pick? The top-spec Mac Pro or the custom built PC? Honestly, I can’t even imagine what would be like

How to Properly Fix White Balance in DaVinci Resolve 12.5

Oftentimes, fixing white balance in post could be a serious struggle but since it’s an essential step of the overall color grading process, you simply don’t have any other option than figuring it out in one way or another. The good news is that there are multiple ways