The colour correction and grading process is a strange but exciting combination of technical adjustments and artistic expression. These two require a switch in mindset and in toolset when moving from one to the other. Learning how to use your scopes will make everything easier.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 7th October 2014
Blackmagic Design created a lot of buzz with the introduction of their camera line in 2012 when the Blackmagic Cinema Camera was announced. Due to the popularity of these cameras there was also criticism raising in some areas and users had questions regarding things like firmware updates, quality control and design decisions.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 5th November 2013
Filmconvert is a great software that transforms your digital footage into an accurate organic film equivalent by using subtle shifts in color and contrast, specialized for each individual digital camera. The approach is very effective and gives your footage the extra touch it often requires and the app is simple to use. Here’s another major update that adds support for additional cameras and integration in DaVinci Resolve.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 20th January 2013
by Sebastian Wöber | 18th July 2012
Just had to post this cause I think it’s great and informative.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 23rd December 2011
Please watch in HD
We went out to shoot this yesterday among other things to test and get a feeling for the Scarlet-X.
by Sebastian Wöber | 17th November 2011
As a move to get more users on their system Black Magic Design has recently released a free version of their legendary color correction software DaVinci.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 24th July 2011
Last year Black Magic Design made their famous color correction software avilable for Mac users. Instead of spending $30,000 for the DaVinci Hardware package people could now get their hands on the $945 software only version.