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Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 12 Review

Review: DaVinci Resolve 12

It’s a truism of this business. Like our long-neglected health club memberships — no matter how fabulous and snazzy the club might be, if it is too inconvenient or far away we are not likely to take advantage of it. … more »


Colorist Stephen Nakamura on Grading Tomorrowland in HDR

Want to see the Dolby Vision HDR format in action? You can check it out at the El Capitan Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, where Disney's Tomorrowland—the first film graded for Dolby Vision—is enjoying a four-week run. AMC has the system installed … more »


Academy Launches ACES 1.0, Sets NAB Outreach

The Academy Color Encoding System (ACES), designed to preserve the creative decisions made by filmmakers throughout the production, post-production and archival process, launched today. At the same time, a new ACES Logo Program has been introduced to highlight support for the system across … more »

Color Specialist Apache Digital Opens in Santa Monica

Veterans of The Mill and Company 3 have opened Apache Digital, a Santa Monica boutique specializing in color grading for spots. The new facility with its two dedicated color suites will be run by Executive Producer and Managing Director LaRue … more »


Modern VideoFilm Colorist Aidan Stanford on Grading Modern Family

It's been a busy past few months for Aidan Stanford, a former color timer who is now a digital colorist at Modern VideoFilm in Burbank. The primary colorist on ABC's Modern Family, which just wrapped Season 5, he recently also … more »


Blackmagic Design Ships DaVinci Resolve 10

Blackmagic Design announced today that the latest version of its flagship color-correction system, DaVinci Resolve 10, is now available for download. In public beta since early September, the major upgrade features an extensive set of new editing, on-set and export … more »


How Berkeley’s Colorflow Graded a Sundance Award-Winning Doc

The waterway referred to in the title of A River Changes Course is the Tonle Sap in Cambodia whose pattern of altering its course twice each year has shaped the lives of local people for centuries. In producer-director Kalyanee Mam’s … more »


Evolve Digital Cinema Baits the Hook for NatGeo’s Wicked Tuna, Season 2

Brothers Joel and Jesse Edwards run their boutique production company Evolve Digital Cinema in Chicago as one tight ship, often handling full production and remote or in suite editorial, graphics and color grading for a single client. National Geographic Channel, … more »


Blackmagic Starts an Internet Forum, Offers Cinema Camera RAW Shots Ready for Grading

Taking a page from Apple, Avid,  Adobe, RED and others, the folks over at Blackmagic Design have launched their own Internet forum. Point your browser to forum.blackmagicdesign.com, complete a registration and you, too, can join in the discussion of all … more »