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  1. Hi, This footage was put together from imagery shot in a warehouse with a blue background. It took a long time to key out all the background as it was full of shadows. The footage of the figure needed speeding up and blur adding. The car footage needed to be stabilized too: https://www.3d-imaging.co.uk/pages/bluescreen_special_effects.htm
  2. Greetings, First off, my apologies for not writing a shorter and more concise piece. I will revise this post as time permits - Think of this as a living document. During a recent creative meet for an upcoming short, the idea emerged to simulate parts of a living room appearing on fire during a dramatic dialogue scene The thought is to simulate fire illumination and smoke and composite pyro physical effects plates in during post. We will be shooting this in 8K anamorphic at low compression ratios Think of the end sequence of "Barton Fink" and some scenes from "Synec
  3. In this Nuke tutorial I show you how to link tracking data to things like rotoscoping! Thanks for watching, Ruan www.youtube.com/tunnelviziontv
  4. In this Nuke Tutorial I explain how to do Camera Projection and how to use this amazing technique to create a clean plate or to remove unwanted things from your shots.
  5. Want to get started with The Foundry’s Nuke? Want to take your VFX to the next level? In my first Nuke tutorial I show you how to create a muzzle flash effect very easily. The Foundry released a FREE non-commercial version of Nuke that you can download here: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/nuke/non-commercial/ Thanks for watching and remember to subscribe if you want to get notified of new VFX tutorials every week! Cheerz, Ruan
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