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Atlanta Cutters: Davinci Resolve Workshop
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
As promised after the September Atlanta Cutters meeting, David Catt will be hosting a Davinci Resolve Workshop on December 6th for the Cutters members. This is an evening event with doors opening at 6:30pm and workshop starting at 7:00pm. We thank VTA for hosting the event!
David is one of the original designers of Resolve so this is an incredible opportunity to get an introduction to the application from one of the best in the world. He will have the full system including the absolutely incredible Davinci Panels
SEATING IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 50 so register NOW to ensure you can attend. The workshop is absolutely free.
This will be a single workshop and your opportunity to get an understanding of this incredible color correction tool and the proper setup for color grading in general.
One copy of Davinci Resolve will be given away
One full day of Resolve Training will be given away.
About David Catt:
Started life in the film and television industry as a telecine engineer at Rank Cintel in the UK. Also ran the training department for a while before joining SVC Television, a London post production facility based in Soho as their chief (only) engineer. Also took over as colorist and became full time job when we got very busy. Built a second telecine suite and then a third which used the first Da Vinci color corrector in Europe. We built the first Tape to Tape room in Europe also using a Da VInci. I became very close to many of the personnel at Da VInci who in 1994 offered me the position of Product Manager. I moved Ft Lauderdale and worked with engineers to develop products but from the colorists perspective. This included the Da Vinci 2K and Resolve. In 2007 I moved to Film Systems in Alpharetta to become the Product Manager with the intention of building a new film scanner but the writing was on the wall even then that film was on the decline. Blackmagic bought Da Vinci and needed an Eastern USA reseller for the new Resolve product line. Film Systems was selected and now spends most of its time building, selling and training on Linux and Mac Resolve color correctors, Revival Restoration products plus UltraScopes etc. The color correction industry has changed significantly away from film and into the digital era. It was hard keeping up with the different file formats an workflow practices and so with help from good friend Ron Anderson, I started my own color correction company "ColorScene Inc" where I spend my evenings and spare time color correcting media for local production companies.
About Davinci Resolve:
DaVinci color correctors are the standard in post production since 1984. There are thousands of colorists worldwide who understand the performance, quality and workflow of DaVinci and love it as their trusted partner in creativity. DaVinci is the name behind more feature films, television commercials, documentaries, episodic television production and music videos than any other grading system. Now available for Mac, Windows and Linux, the true quality and power of DaVinci is now affordable for everyone! From $995
We thank our friends at Blackmagic Design and Film Systems for their support of this event.
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Hey Y’all and welcome to the new Post Production User Group for Atlanta and of course all of the surrounding areas. Too many times these User Groups are application centric and that seems to leave too many folks out. After all in today’s world, an Editor is not just an Editor. Heck a Graphic Artist, a Sound Designer, a Web Designer is not just that any longer. Because the tools have gotten so much more accessible all of us are multi-tasking to do whatever it takes to get the job done for the client. So it’s a rarity today to find any Post Production artist who just wears one hat.
In that spirit, we present Atlanta Cutters. Sure we’re gonna spend a lot of time talking about the tools we all use, but moreso, we want to discuss the craft of what we do and how we all interact. So while you’re going to see a lot of product demonstrations, you’re also going to hear from folks on the hows and whys of what they do. We hope the combination of tools and stories will inspire and motivate all of us to do what we do better. We hope the group fosters more collaboration by introducing new tools, workflows and even local artists to each other.
Most of all, we hope this group is something you look forward to once a month as a fun place to go. Twitter, Facebook and web forums are great for all of us to connect and help each other, but let’s put the voice and face together with the avatar.