Category Archives: Tutorial

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Creating a Dream-like Scene with BCC for Resolve

Give Jason Bowdach of L.A. color-correction and finishing studio Cinetic Studios 10 minutes and he'll show you how to lend a scene a dreamy glow using tools in Boris Continuum Complete for DaVinci Resolve.


Red Stills Features

Sean Ruggeri shows off the latest still-image features in the latest builds of Red camera firmware (6.0.x and later), including multi-shot mode, motion + stills mode, and the stills-motion slider. [via Shot on RED]


Easy S-Log Color Grading Workflow (A7S / FS7)

From Matthew Pearce, a tutorial showing an approach to color-grading for S-Log using Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve and Vision Color LUTs. [via Cinescopophilia]


Cinema 4D Tutorial: Liquefied Objects

Designer Matteo Forghieri won a Maxon-sponsored competition for one-minute tutorials with this video on how to quickly acheive a liquefy effect in Cinema 4D. [via Premium Beat]


Video Tutorial: How to Set Up an ACES Workflow in Assimilate Scratch

In this nine-minute video tutorial, Graham Austin of South Africa's DI Film Company, an editorial, grading, and on-set DI services facility in South Africa, shows you how to set up Assimilate Scratch to take advantage of the Academy Color Encoding … more »


Autodesk Maya 2015: Bifrost Procedural Effects Platform

Autodesk shows off Bifrost, the new procedural effects platform designed to simplify complex liquid simulation and photorealistic rendering tasks.

AETuts+: Detail-Preserving Upscale

After Effects: Detail-Preserving Upscale

For AE Tuts+, trainer Mikey Borup looks at a new feature in After Effects that promises better upscaling. Visit the original page for a downloadable video file (153 MB).


After Effects: Fancy Write On Effect

According to Evan Abrams with, this simple effect using multiple layers offset in time is "totally in vogue." Check out the video tutorial to get an idea about how to make your own.


Simulated Scopes

Make stock footage your own by using After Effects to simulate night-vision goggles, sniper scopes, binoculars, and more. This free video tutorial from Video Copilot shows you how and includes project files.

Create Pixel-Perfect Photo Patterns

Looking for new ideas about ways to jazz up your graphics? Shutterstock has an easy Photoshop tutorial that suggests a quick way to experiment and build a repeating pattern in Photoshop that incorporates photographic elements.