When building out a DaVinci Resolve color suite, there might be some things and pieces of gear that you may not think about. What are these other elements you need to incorporate? In this video, authors Robbie Carman and Patrick Inhofer discuss the importance of installing bias lights and other lighting solutions in your Resolve color suite.
- We're at the point in this series where we're going to…take a look at some of the more, maybe peripherals…that you might not think about when building out…a Davinci Resolve suite. - Absolutely.…- We're going to start out something that's really critical,…absolutely important, which are the lights we put…in our room.…We're going to start talking about a bias light.…We've got a couple bias lights here for you to look at.…Robby, why are we even talking about bias lights?…- So a bias light is a term that you might not have heard…before, but it is an essential part of an accurate…monitoring setup.…
A bias light goes behind your monitors, namely your…reference monitor that you're looking at day in and day out.…The bias light actually serves a couple purposes.…But they're pretty simple.…First, it's to provide a consistent quality of light…in your actual field of vision.…Some people call it bias lights, they also called them…surround lights as well, right?…The idea there is that you're looking at the monitor…all day, but if you have this consistent backlight,…
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