Node Your Color Workflow with Da Vinci and Moviola!

Take your color grading to the next level using nodes in Da Vinci Resolve and a free webinar from Moviola!

Color Grading is an increasingly complex craft, constantly evolving to create new and powerful ways to get the most out of your footage. Currently Da Vinci Resolve makes the most of a ‘node’ based system, essentially creating layers of color effects that can be combined into a ‘node tree.’ Moviola has announced a free live webinar airing on September 6th at 10:00 AM PST to help digital filmmaking professionals master these techniques. Attendees will learn how to use nodes, how to combine them, and the most effective techniques to give the most control over the final image.

Presenter Andrew Balis is a colorist and online editor for Hollywood DI, working on a diverse range of projects from features to television, scripted and non-scripted. A specialist in post production workflows and technology innovations, Andrew Balis is a workflow consultant and has been an instructor training industry professionals in editorial and color correction systems, color theory and application, and new and emerging technologies and file-based editorial workflows.

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About Moviola

Established in 1923, Moviola created the very first film editing machine. We now offer a full service non-linear rental division with 24/7 tech and workflow design support and consultation; a camera rental house; tape and solid state media sales; production office space for filmmakers in Hollywood and New York; online training via our free live webinars, on-demand webinars, ebooks, podcasts, blog articles and mobile apps; and an on-site training center specializing in AVID, ACSR, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, editorial and post production training. We are the only training center in Southern California certified to teach Adobe Premiere, and the only location outside of AVID to teach ACSR certification.