Color grading is an essential part of every project and Apple Color
brings you the toolset to give your footage the final shine. You
deserve more than "button pushing" training, so Creative Color Grading
with Apple Color takes you beyond the basics of "how" and into the
"what" and the "why" of color grading. The aim of this course is to
take you through the process of problem-solving and designing various
grades that match the issues people face when working with Apple
Color. These include working with difficult footage, matching the
narrative needs of the footage with color design and mastery of the
ColorFX Room and LUTs.
More than EIGHT HOURS of Training and Techniques to Take You to the
This in-depth course, hosted by Ben Heusner Brownlee is designed to
quickly bring you up to speed and then show advanced techniques that
open up the power of the application. We use a "Project Model" for our
exercises, so you get to solve both common and complex problems that
you will face when doing correction and grading work. Across THIRTEEN
PROJECTS and over EIGHT HOURS, you'll discover new skills that will
add real value to your own projects.
01. Introduction to the User Interface (36:44)
02. Basic Color Theory (38:18)
03. Qualifiers (40:06)
04. Introduction to the ColorFX Room (25:53)
05. Straight Grades (45:16)
06. Looks That Pop (46:57)
07. Working with Dodgy Clips (50:39)
08. Rebuilding Tonal Ranges (23:50)
09. Creative Black & White (26:03)
10. Creating in the ColorFX Room (31:26)
11. Designing a Look (50:36)
12. Telling the Story (1:05:23)
Creative Color Grading with Apple Color focuses, of course, on Apple
Color. Although their are small trips into Adobe Photoshop, this
software is not needed. All footage and Color Projects (where
appropriate) are included so you can follow along at your own pace.
Color projects are created in Color V1.5 and will open incorrectly in
This course is designed primarily for people who have some
experience either in Apple Color or another color grading application.
The first three exercises are created to make sure that everyone is up
to the same level, before continuing onto the more involved projects.
Just Like Being in the Room
All recordings are made at full HD, 1920x1080 resolution, so you get
the clearest, sharpest view of the action. Coupled with that, the vast
majority of the included sample shots are also Apple ProRes 1080P.