DaVinci Resolve Tip: Emulating Photoshop’s Vibrance

This article was originally published on PremiumBeat’s blog.

Photoshop can be a source of techniques and inspiration for color grading. Learn how to emulate the software’s vibrance effects in DaVinci Resolve!

One Photoshop parameter that always seems to improve the image is the Vibrance slider inside the Camera Raw settings. Vibrance adds saturation to only the least saturated colors, leaving objects with already high saturation alone. While there’s no doubt that Photoshop’s algorithms are quite sophisticated, let’s try to emulate the action in DaVinci Resolve.

The original image when it was imported into Photoshop using Camera Raw.

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Photoshop’s Vibrance function at work, set at 68.

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