Grades ranging from different cameras to client projects
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This video is best viewed on a device capable of 1000-nit peak brightness. It takes you on a journey from the entrance to Carlsbad Caverns, down the one-hour descent, and then around the loop.
The video was shot with an iPhone 12 Pro MAX and graded in Resolve Studio 17.
This was a very challenging grade as it represented the first time I ever worked with underwater footage. The footage was shot on a Black Magic Pocket Cinema Cam 4K.
The grade brings out a lot of color in the sunken sub and offsets the diver from the background. Graded in Davinci Resolve Studio 17.
This was some more stock video taken from the Sony A7 S3 in SLog2 format. It was transferred to ACES 1.2 and then graded with the focus on a softer, more filmic look that was output
to REC 709.
Most of the focus was on the baby's skin and complimentary colors. Graded in Davinci Resolve Studio 17.
This was one of the more challenging grades I've attempted from stock footage, this time from a Canon C500 Mk II. No matter how good the camera, there are always issues with filming mulitple shots in
the dark under a variety of lighting conditions.
Graded in Davinci Resolve Studio 17.
A video tour of Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs. Shot over four separate days on foot, from a Jeep Tour, and in personal vehicle. All footage was shot on an iPhone 12 Pro MAX.
The look is rich and vibrant - almost like being in a dreeam. Graded in Davinci Resolve Studio 17.
This is a throwback to the old-school WinAmp waveform visualizer. The waveform moves to the beat of background audio. This presentation is unique in that Fusion FX is mixed with color grading that is intended to accentuate
the video FX, not provide any specific look.
Graded in Davinci Resolve Studio 17 with Fusion FX.