by Aputure How to Use VECTORSCOPES What is a vectorscope and how can you use it? We answer the basics about a vectorscopes and how it can help you get the best possible shot. From white & black balance and even how to save you hours in post when chroma keying…. How To Use a […]Read more "How To Use a WAVEFORM and VECTORSCOPE MONITOR (in 2 Minutes!)"
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by 4Vector du·o·tone noun noun: duotone; plural noun: duotones; noun: duo-tone; plural noun: duo-tones a halftone illustration made from a single original with two different colors at different screen angles. If you haven’t heard, duotone is the combination of two color tones on an image. Two highly contrasting colors are often used to bring out […]Read more "For You! 10 Duotone Freebies"
by V Renée, nofilmschool Designing a great color effect can be pretty complicated. The easiest part is making sure you have everything you need, whether it’s a plugin or additional software, but actually figuring out which levels to adjust and which buttons to push can be incredibly frustrating. That’s why this tutorial from Justin Odisho […]Read more "5 Simple Color Effects You Can Do in Adobe Premiere Pro"
by Blackmagic Design Yesterday at NAB 2017, Blackmagic Design announced DaVinci Resolve 14, the biggest release in the history of the software! It’s quite a dramatic upgrade. With this update, we were really focused on solving some of the bigger problems in post production. The first problem was performance. We have made some dramatic performance gains […]Read more "The New Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve 14 (and still Free!)"