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  1. Technicolor 2 Strip technique Do you use this technique, guys? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtnJIFWGJHI
  2. Just wondering if anyone found this beneficial. It seems packed with excellent information, but your subscription does not grant you access to past content, only current. https://www.hurlbutvisuals.com/blog/shanesinnercircle/ I'd like to know if Shane answers specific questions from subscribers like a real mentor would. And not only "sometimes" of course. So even if you have to pay for additional content once you are a subscriber, I think it could be worth it based on the samples I've seen.
  3. It’s really quite easy to remove markers or tattoos from skin. Have a look at my latest tutorial where I explain how to do this. Thanks for watching! Ruan 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
  6. In this tutorial I explain how to get super realistic reflections using the Vray renderer in 3dsmax! Thanks for watching! Cheerz
  7. Join me in a workshop I am teaching on Feb. 16th titled "Lighten Up: Doing More with Less without Compromise." The subject is how to get the most out of todays lighting instruments. The poor Power Factor of HMIs, Kinos, & LEDs have been vexing set electricians for years. For more information about the adverse effects these loads can have on generators and power distribution systems, and how to remedy them so that you can operate bigger, or more small, lights on portable generators or house power than has ever been possible before take this workshop. As part of the same workshop series, New England Studios, Talamas Broadcast, and Production Hub will be sponsoring a workshop on “Video Lighting Design” by L.D. Richard Cadena on Feb. 9th. Noted Focal Press Author, ETCP Trainer, and Founder of the Academy of Production Technology, Richard’s workshops are both lively and informative. Log onto http://bit.ly/nptwkshps for more workshop information and registration details. Guy Holt, Gaffer, New England Studios, Lighting & Grip Rental in Massachusetts
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