Unlock the power of DaVinci Resolve, in real-time. This 1-week online workshop for beginners teaches students the tools and nuances of color matching and how to take their projects to the next level with graded looks.

Sep 16, 2024 - Sep 20, 2024

Levels: Beginner, Intermediate,
Workshop Fee: $850
Workshop Duration: 1-week (Monday-Friday, 12-4pm ET + 1:1 Time)
Workshop Location: Online
Class Size: 12

Note: This workshop will be held in a live, online format utilizing the Zoom platform.
Class meets Monday-Friday, Sep 16-20, 2024 from 12-4pm ET + 1:1 instructor time.

This workshop is an introduction to digital color correction and grading using DaVinci Resolve. Utilizing a workshop atmosphere in combination with lectures, demonstrations and projects, students will take their first steps toward a technical understanding of the art and craft of color correction and grading for digital video.

The week-long class covers the digital color grading workflow from initial resolve setup and color theory to node structures and delivery. Students learn the tools and nuances of color matching and how to take projects to the next level with graded looks.

Course requirements

Students can download DaVinci Resolve on their home computers. Free download available here

Header image by Rafael Baeza.

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Instructor: Sam Brosnan

Sam Brosnan is a filmmaker based in Portland, Maine. He has a long background in documentary and commercial filmmaking, working with brands such as Nike, Adidas, and L.L. Bean. Whether directing a film, cutting at just the right frame, or painting a mood with color, Sam’s passion and talent for visual storytelling, cinematography, and timing is evident in every piece he touches. A recent film he shot, Rick Parker, I’m Afraid, has screened at multiple festivals and won the Sundance Collab A Day in the Life of a Creator Challenge. His work has been shown at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art and the Farnsworth Art Museum, and his narrative films have been shown at the Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival, the Portland Film Festival, and the Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival. His film DUAL recently won Best Sci-Fi Short at Venice Shorts in LA.