If you’re a VFX artist, you’re likely well familiar with the color correction tools in your compositing application of choice. They do the job well and are nicely integrated within the app. But unlike Resolve, compositing apps aren’t designed from the ground up to be fast, efficient, and specialized in grading imagery. This becomes especially true as you make the leap from a scene-based compositing to someone who is working on multiple scenes as part of a larger timeline such as a promo or tv commercial.
Our Resolve courses, taught by experienced colorist Warren Eagles, will take your skills to the next level, both from an efficiency standpoint as well as a creative standpoint. When you know when and how to use the best tool for the job — whether it’s Nuke, Fusion, Flame, or Resolve — you’ll only be better at your craft.
As a VFX artist, your creative and artistic skills will only improve the more that you learn and perfect the art of grading. By using an application like Resolve which is designed for grading, your understanding of color and light will certainly improve, making you a better compositor.
Resolve Training with Warren Eagles
Our series of fxphd Resolve courses contain four courses: the introductory Resolve Fundamentals, Advanced Resolve, Looks and Matching Masterclass, and Insider Techniques for the Pro Colorist.
Once you purchase our Resolve training, you can immediately download all class instruction videos. In addition, each and every course comes with at least 5GB of high resolution, high quality clips which you can use to follow along with Warren, perfect your skills, and build shots for your reel. This is unlike any other offering available online.
Warren has been grading for over thirty years. He started in photography before moving into London’s film cutting rooms, settling into the role of Colorist. Warren has extensive experience in all forms of grading, from Super 8 music videos to feature films. A Resolve user since 2005, he is proficient in both the software and what can be achieved creatively with it. Warren has his own DaVinci Resolve system in Australia and spends his time either grading or teaching International Colorist Academy classes.