DaVinci Resolve Color Grading for Beginners (IN PERSON)
Join us for the 2nd class of this DaVinci Resolve workshop series: Color Grading for Beginners! DaVinci Resolve is a free professional post-production software that allows you to edit, color, do FX, mix audio and more! There’s only 15 seats so don’t wait to apply! Applications close on July 31st at 9pm. Class is located in Burbank, CA. Must be fully vaccinated to attend!
- Ryan McNealColorist
With a background in oil painting, drawing, photography, and design, Senior Colorist Ryan McNeal brings his knowledge of both modern and classical art into the color suite. Ryan’s true passion lies in narrative storytelling, he excels in using color to help tell the story and influence the viewer’s emotions, all while keeping in line with the vision of the project. Ryan has experience coloring a wide range of projects, from short films to features to music videos.
An international award winning colorist, Ryan has brought his eye for color to a number of film projects, from short film to documentary to full length features, and covering a range of genres. His color work on the horror anthology “The Mortuary Collection” won Best Color on a Feature Film in the 2020 Colorist Awards. His color work on music video “Braille” by Therese Curatolo, and animated film “The Carrier” are featured as Official Selections for the 2021 Colorist Awards, chosen among submissions from around the world. Most recently, Ryan’s eye for color can be seen in the Academy Award 2022 nominated short film “Please Hold”
Ryan’s talent for color can also be found in music videos- his clients include award winning artists such as Panic! at the Disco, Alicia Keys, Diplo, The Jonas Brothers, Steve Aoki, Fitz and the Tantrums, Lindsey Stirling, and more. His commercial color grading works include Viceland’s first scripted series “What Would Diplo Do” as well as working on campaigns for clients that include Casa Dragones, Hasbro, Nike, Nissan, Red Bull, and Lenovo.