Need help with DaVinci Resolve? Color Grading Central has a solution

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Our friends over at Color Grading Central have launched a new membership site today for folks wanting to learn more about Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve color grading software. Learn more here.


Heber City, UT, US, March 6, 2012 – Color Grading Central a centrally located online resource for colorists and for those wanting to pursue a career as a colorist is launching a paid membership for DaVinci Resolve training tutorials.

Finding resources related to color correction and color grading can be extremely difficult as it’s still a relatively new field and there’s not much information out there published on the subject. This was the inspiration behind Color Grading Central to address this problem with REAL online solutions.

This is the unique product offering of a Color Grading Central membership. Training for the world famous DaVinci Resolve will be available online 24 hours a day so that there’s no need to wait for a box set of DVD’s to ship or to spend an exorbitant amount of money to receive “live” training somewhere where one has to travel.

Topics that are covered with the DaVinci Resolve tutorials are basic conforming and primary color correction skills, secondary and isolated correction skills all the way to advanced topics on the creation of popular and stylized “looks.” Regardless of current skill ability there’s something for everyone with a Color Grading Central membership.


Color Grading Central is an online learning resource dedicated to improving the skills of working colorists worldwide. It was the first to produce a FREE 15 part tutorial training series on how to color grade in FCP X and has released a variety of color grading plugin products to enhance the look of video imagery.

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If you’d like more information about this topic, please contact Denver Riddle at +1.801.369.5073 or by email at [email protected]

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