Learn the basics of digital color correction for video in this workshop, facilitated by ENTRE co-founder and independent film colorist, C. Díaz.
In this 4 hour workshop, participants will learn about color's role in filmmaking and the post-production process. Using the free software DaVinci Resolve, C. will guide participants through the process of setting up a project, importing media, the Graphical User Interface (GUI), the various tools used in color correction, and how to read and assess scopes. Participants will learn basic color correction techniques such as exposure adjustment, as well as how to begin crafting a stylized "look." We will also cover export guidelines and other basic film finalizing protocols.
This workshop is geared towards participants with some knowledge in photo/video editing.
$75 in-person, computer provided. ENTRE has FOUR MacBook Airs, loaded with DaVinci Resolve and all media needed for the workshop.
$50 in-person/virtual, use your own computer. Download links to media and software will be sent via email upon registration. Please download and install before the workshop.
New to post-production? Intrigued by the world of digital color correction? You can join us virtually! Register under our COLOR CURIOUS $10 option and you will receive the Zoom link for the workshop to tune in, follow along, and ask questions!
ENTRE offers TWO SCHOLARSHIPS for all workshops. If you are interested in this workshop and are able to attend, please send us an email to learn more: email@example.com
This workshop will be recorded through Zoom. All registered participants will receive the recording along with additional color resources a few days after the workshop!
We recommend you bring water, a light snack, a notebook, pen, and be ready to dive into the technical artistry of COLOR CORRECTION! Please arrive at least 10 minutes early to get set up. The workshop is a full 4 hours with a 10min break in the middle.
ENTRE Film Center is located at 415 W. Jackson Ave., Harlingen, TX. Our building is fully accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. Parking is located on the street and there is a sidewalk ramp located to the right of our building. Our micro-cinema contains modular seating that can be arranged to accommodate our visitors' needs. There is an all-gender, ADA-compliant bathroom located in the back of the building.
If you have any questions regarding access, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is made possible by support from the NALAC Fund for the Arts.