Colour correction is an essential part of the post-production pipeline. Learn how the new technology of colour correction allows you to improve your video in subtle ways that will attract and interest more viewers and help you tell your story or create your project more effectively.
Learn the basics of colour correction using DaVinci Resolve in this hands-on workshop. You will begin to look at an image as a colourist would look at it. Learn how to set up a video in DaVinci Resolve so that you can begin to colour correct. In addition, glean basic techniques for changing colours such as: using scopes, lift, gamma and gain, how to work with DaVinci Resolve’s nodes, and more.
Next, be introduced on how to match shots – so that different cuts appear seamless to the viewer. Students are encouraged to bring their own videos to work on an 3.0 USB external hard drive.
COSTS: $50 Member / $70 Non-Member
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Marisa Hoicka is a film colourist with a background as a narrative video artist and painter. Hoicka has coloured advertisements, fiction, documentary and experimental films, web series and music videos. She has taught colour correction at the Trinity Square Video, Toronto Public Libraries, Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto, and for York University’s filmed Tech-Know courses.
Hoicka’s “This is Not a Test” was shown on all Air Canada flights as part of the Images Festival’s “Stitches in Time.” Rendered from textiles of varying textures, the homemade colour bars in this video literally materialize the familiar SMPTE test pattern used to adjust and calibrate NTSC video monitors. Her videos have also been shown in Berlin’s Galerie Kurt Im Hirsch, San Francisco’s MoMA, Oakville Galleries, Vidéographe, Trinity Square Video and across Canada. Hoicka has a Master in Digital Media (Ryerson) and a Studio Art BFA (Concordia).