Learn the techniques, methodologies and aesthetics of color correction and grading as used in professional filmmaking

This workshop is an introduction to digital color correction and grading using DaVinci Resolve Lite. Utilizing a workshop atmosphere in combination with lectures, demonstrations and projects, students will take their first steps toward a technical understanding of the art and craft of color correction and grading for digital video.

Class covers the digital color grading workflow from initial resolve setup and color theory to node structures and delivery.  Students learn the tools and nuances of color matching and how to take projects to the next level with graded looks.

Testimonials:

"Great course and must-have skills for indie filmmakers."
- Wei Zhou, Mountain View, CA

"Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!"
- Randy Levine, Waterford, CT

"Learning is a lifelong event, MMW is a wonderful experience."

Instructors

Jeffrey Hagerman

Jeffrey Hagerman graduated from the Vancouver Film School with a concentration in cinematography in 2002. His early training was focused exclusively on film, but was an early adopter of digital technologies, which have become so prevalent today. Early on his talents landed him a lead role shooting and producing content at the independent media outlet, Democracy Now.  Jeffrey took a cinéma vérité approach using compact digital cameras to develop a unique style to his reportage that strongly informs his cinematography to this day. He transitioned to high end post production in 2008 when he began working as a director of operations at the ad agency, JWT. Through this immersion in technology he worked to bridge the gap between the two worlds of on set and post. Jeffrey’s steadfast approach to integrating technology on set with filmmaking lead him to work on a variety of 2D and 3D content using the latest camera systems Arri, Red, Sony and VRI.
 
Some recent projects in which Jeffrey has used the cutting edge camera technology coupled with on set workflows as an On Set Colorist include the widely popular Marvel series DareDevil, Showtime's recent Happyish, USA Networks Mr. Robot, as well as a number of feature films including Philomena, Jack Ryan Shadow Recruit, White House Down, Disconnect, and Sisters. Jeffrey's commercial work includes Under Armor, Victoria's Secret, Hugo Boss, Pantine Pro V, as well as music videos for Beyonce, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mariah Carey, Jim Jones, and many more.  
 
As a member of the International Cinematographer’s Guild Jeffrey’s passions have taken him on projects the world over, but he always enjoys coming home to his beautiful wife Julia and their home in New York City.
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David Martinez

David Martinez is a documentary filmmaker, known for his cinematic approach to non-fiction storytelling and camera work. David has traveled the world as a cinematographer and colorist. His immersion in film productions, both in the camera department as well as the post-production department, has given him the opportunity to work for clients such as Volvo, McKinsey Social Initiative, Vitec Group, Crankworx and others.

After completing the Cinematography Intensive training at Maine Media Workshops, David returned for two seasons as the Post Production Manager. His experience has given him a great understanding about the relationship between cinematography and post-production.

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Course Dates

Aug 7 to Aug 13
Oct 2 to Oct 8

Tuition

$1150

Class Size

15