Video and Audio Postproduction

DaVinci Resolve: Color Correction Basics - May '24

Learn the fundamentals of color correction and color grading in a live, interactive course!
Modern productions utilize mulitple cameras and footage types. Getting them to play nicely together and create a consistent look is a common finishing touch for video projects. But where do you get started? What are the industry tools and best practices? We've got you covered in this intensive, hands-on course that explores the fundamentals of balancing, grading and delivering beautiful looks. This class focuses on color correction and color correction workflows for finishing films. 


Starting date

May 30


Video and Audio Postproduction




6 Hours



Topics We'll Cover:

  • Balancing Footage
  • Creating Color Continuity
  • Correcting and Enhancing Isolated Areas
  • Understanding the Node Pipeline
  • Managing Grades Across Clips and Timelines
  • Adjusting Image Properties
  • Using Groups in the Grading Workflow
  • Delivering Projects

Lessons In This Course:

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Meet The Instructor

David Sanatmaria

BAVC Instructor
David works as a colorist, animator and media consultant in the Bay Area. He has 12 years experience teaching, training and mentoring people in all areas of post-production. He is a certified trainer and teaches DaVinci Resolve, After Effects, Final Cut, Premiere Pro and Photoshop at the BAVC Media. He has completed several short comedies and was in joint residence at the Jewish Film Institute & Ninth Street IFC Incubator program where he worked on the feature documentary, The Goldsteins of Las Vegas. David’s training and consulting clients include the San Francisco Ballet, KQED, KGO, Pixar, Yahoo, and Adobe among others.

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