Field Report: Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve

In this field report on the Blackmagic Design Resolve colour grading system, colourist Joseph Bicknell relates his experience with the new version 11 of Resolve. Bicknell is a freelance colourist, based in London, grading commercials, music promos, documentary and feature films. He uses DaVinci Resolve every day, and finds it a fully featured, quick and reliable finishing tool. Most of the spaces he works in are dedicated grading suites, however he also has also experienced Resolve grading on set. Version 11 comes with a range of new features, and he is very glad that they have added extensively to the creative grading and colour management tools in this edition. Resolve 11 is by far the most exciting update he has seen since moving over to the platform.

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