Jigsaw will be running five one-day sessions in London from August 22nd-26th designed to give anyone thinking of changing post-production systems the chance to get to grips with the latest version of Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve software.
These hands-on, eight-person workshops will take place between 9.30 and 16.30 at Symbiosis, Victoria and will be led by Jonathan Eric Tyrrell. You'll get the chance to get to grips with the software using Avid Artist Color control surfaces, and will be given plenty of time to explore the key features of Resolve. There will also be a fully featured and GPU accelerated system with full control surface for you to play with in-between and after training sessions.
What to Expect
Jonathan will introduce you to the nodal workflow in Resolve and cover all the different node types, along with advanced window options, custom curves, qualifiers and object tracking. You'll also go through setting up and conforming projects, and managing media and settings in order to establish a comprehensive finishing workflow within Resolve.
Jigsaw are offering anyone who signs up for this first training event a saving of £150 on the standard £500 cost, meaning it's only £350 per person. If you do register for the course you get access to exclusive deals on Resolve software and associated hardware, and Jigsaw will be offering more in-depth training in the coming month, should you want to continue learning more about Resolve. As part of the course you'll also receive a copy of Alexis Van Hurkman's 'Color Correction Handbook' which covers many techniques and processes around the art of this profession and provides some excellent examples of advanced methods in DaVinci Resolve.