DaVinci Resolve 16 CREATIVE Cinematic Color Grading Tutorial In 5 Minutes

DaVinci Resolve 16 CREATIVE Cinematic Color Grading Tutorial In 5 Minutes

DaVinci Resolve opens up a world of color grading opportunities. This tutorial is designed to take you away from the standard teal orange grade that is safe place for a lot of filmmakers. I define creative color grading as simply making the unnatural look natural. Giving your footage a unique look that is leveraged off of the tones of the environment. This is a simple tutorial to follow along with even if you a new to DaVinci Resolve or are a beginner when it comes to color grading.

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