In this DaVinci Resolve 14 tutorial; Nathan Walters walks you through the workflow of exporting LUTs for visual effects, explaining why a visual effects artist would want a LUT and how to create one for them. This video covers an entire workflow from DaVinci Resolve to Adobe After Effects, although these concepts can be applied to almost any color grading and compositing applications.
This video kicks off a new weekly DaVinci Resolve tutorial series that goes beyond typical "look building" tutorials that dominate the web and instead explores the functionality of DaVinci Resolve, best workflow practices and explores tools in DaVinci Resolve that are often overlooked.
In this first video, I explore the new Face Refinement feature and give my first impressions on it and the new Resolve 14 that was just announced at NAB 2017. Face refinement is a technique I use often. In this video, I give a glimpse at the old way it could be done, and show just how much easier it is now with Resolve 14.
DaVinci Resolve is now only $299, making it much more accessible to both editors, colorists and now sound mixers thanks to the new Fairlight page. And for those wanting to try it out, there is a free version that will fill most people's needs. So even non Resolve users, I highly encourage you to go download the software and join me in learning the in's and out's of Resolve 14.