The Basics of Color Grading With DaVinci Resolve 14

After Blackmagic announced the latest edition of Resolve at NAB 2017, we had cameraman, editor, and producer Brian Hallett explain how he uses the video editing tool. Hallett walked us through using LUTs/Log, processing raw data, color correction and exporting.

Since Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 14 offers such incredibly powerful editing and audio tools, we wanted to take a deeper dive into what’s available. The following video does just that, and while the demonstration is on the studio version ($299), they don’t show you anything you can’t do in the free version, which is a powerhouse in itself.