DaVinci Resolve 101:
Color Grading Tutorial by Gabriel Kaunitz
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Are you fighting to get into video editing but just can't seem to understand all of the buttons? We get it - it's complicated. But it doesn't have to be!
That's why we've made an article with a bunch of helpful tips to use DaVinci Resolve, so you can get started right away. DaVinci Resolve is free-to-use editing software, and it's great for both beginners and professionals.
DaVinci Resolve 101: Color Grading Tutorial by Gabriel Kaunitz
Are you looking for a quick crash course on color grading in Davinci Resolve? Learn everything you need with Gabriel 👉
Color grading an interview
Color grading a music video
Color grading a product video
Meet Your Instructor
What you’ll learn
The basics of DaVinci Resolve.
Color grading a cinematic interview.
Color grading a music video.
Color grading a product video.
DaVinci Resolve is a colour grading and non-linear video editing software. In this chapter, Gabriel will tell you about the basics and essential techniques of colour grading with DaVinci Resolve. He will show you the editing process of 3 different projects he has been working on.
Colour grading an interview
In this chapter, Gabriel will show you how to colour grade an interview.
Colour grading a music video
Moving on, he will present you with a music video editing project. Here you might have more freedom to play around with colours.
Colour grading a product video
Lastly, Gabriel will show you how to colour grade a product video for promotion purposes from A-Z.
Filmmaker, colorist, editor, and animator
“Learn from your mistakes.”
Gabriel Kaunitz is a filmmaker, colorist, editor, and animator out of Columbus, Ohio. With almost 10 years of experience, he has worked with brands like O.A.R, Nationwide, and Velvet, in addition to movies like Killer Raccoons 2, and How America Killed My Mother.
He's currently working from Columbus, Ohio, as an editor and colorist for Clum Creative at https://clumcreative.com/ 🎞
If you enjoyed this masterclass check out our article about the 10 how-to's of DaVinci Resolve!