Speed, precision, along with dramatic, vibrant color. Using the brand new ColorGHear Pro. I demonstrate how the ColorGHear system can drastically speed up your workflow in Davinci Resolve. colorghear.com/store
ColorGHear is a series of nodes which contain a set of grading instructions or "macros" (a set of operations), specially designed to work with each other to speed up your workflow. Along with these nodes, comes a system of grading which replaces having to perform the minutia of individual corrections by hand. Learned through the online tutorials, this system will give you speedy and precise grades. It is this precision that prevents you from "bending" your images like with standard methods which is what allows me to get such drastic and dramatic grades from normally flimsy DSLR codecs. As seen here grading an mp4 download of video shot by Andrew Reid vimeo.com/32639143
As a professional colorist, I noticed that because of the way the color channels in RGB video are tied together; that typical methods like the Color Balance tool, and the 3-way Color Corrector will actually bend an RGB image out of shape. So in order to maximize the full potential of any given image, I had to learn a method of grading that would avoid damaging the footage. I called this method "precision grading."
I also noticed that in executing these precision grades, I was performing the same operations over and over. I began taking notes on what these operations were, and trying to determine if it were possible to create a set of interacting preset nodes that would save me time in having to repeatedly perform these operations.
I soon discovered 37 distinct **sets** of operations that would serve to correctly grade any, and all footage. 6 of these macros cancel each other out, and only 1 of those 6 could be effectively used at any given time leaving me with 32 nodes - giving me 1,024 possible combinations. Over a thousand distinct grades. Over time, I added some other tools to the set which now sits at 74 nodes all of which are designed to be used in conjunction with the other nodes. (69, if you subtract the 5 canceling nodes) which brings the total to 4,761 distinct grades.
The power of ColorGHear is presented in the video demonstrations below.
vimeo.com/33522142 A demo reel with some before and afters at the end
vimeo.com/34073706 See what i mean by vibrant and dramatic color.
vimeo.com/48029531 ColorGHear grade of Blackmagic RAW footage
vimeo.com/34078225 A cursory explanation of color theory and ColorGHear Toolkit
vimeo.com/34105381 part 2 of the previous
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