Intro to DaVinci Color Correction
September 16, 2017 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
About the Event:
This 2-day course will focus on the craft of color correction through the use of DaVinci Resolve software. We will cover basic concepts of finishing and post workflows, as well as the technical and aesthetic theories that influence colorists. Students interested in coloring their own projects should leave the course with a grasp of the possibilities offered by DaVinci. They will also be more prepared to consider color correction during pre-production when planning projects for the future. We will use the experiences and backgrounds of the students to guide and inform the path of the course.
About the Instructor: Sarah Hennigan
A Dallas-born Cherokee filmmaker, Sarah grew up on-set and backstage, and has been involved in the arts ever since. Her directorial work has been seen in festivals such as LA SkinsFest and the Green Bay Film Festival. She now focuses on documentary and narrative cinematography. She is also passionate about Native representation in popular culture, and telling Native stories on screen. Sarah earned her B.A. from Vassar College as a Film Studies major with a correlate sequence in Native American Studies. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Film Production at the University of Texas at Austin. She now works as a freelance filmmaker in Austin, TX.