I started working on Color Grading in 2009 with Assimilate Scratch, and in 2014 I’ve moved on to DaVinci Resolve. Color Grading is one of the most rewarding parts in post-production. It really is time and money well spent. A good Color Grading makes your images stand out. It makes the movie look great, more professional, and helps communicate your message better by putting the audience in the same mood visually as the story telling.