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Learn from Alan Torres, VFX Supervisor for Cantina Creative about how their studio helped 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' come to life, along with insight on working with MAXON Cinema 4D (C4D) and more!
This year’s After Effects Conference is quickly approaching, so we caught up with the producers of the event, FMC, to learn why this year’s learning jam session is one not to be missed.
Motion Graphics… not a very popular term amongst average people, but to a film and video nerd like myself, it's very common. Just about every video project you see nowadays incorporates them. The art form itself seems to never die and is constantly evolving into new trends. What's even more uncommon is an average person discussing the origins of motion graphics… a subject that is still debated to this day. Don't worry, this whole blog is not about that… we'll provide some tips later on for you MG enthusiasts to bite onto.
Did you think I was all done with lenses in my 2018 NAB Preview Part One? Not even close. There are just so many great lenses out there to talk about that there always room for more. Before I get to the cameras, here are a few more of the excellent lenses that you will want to see.
The husband-wife team behind a true crime series have produced a five-part docuseries for Discovery+ and a companion 7-part podcast simultaneously. The TV series, Unraveled: The Real Story of the Long Island Serial Killer, began streaming on Discovery+ streaming platform on March 9th, and the podcast, which launched ahead of the series and shares its name, is currently charting at #8 across all US podcasts.
As we continue to navigate COVID-19, and the status of a virtual NAB, we thought it might be helpful to create a post with all of the latest news from industry leaders. Check back regularly for updates! Have something you'd like us to include in the post? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let me kick this post off by saying that it is way overdue. Thanks to the cluster that is Covid-19, there’s now a bundle of literature and how-to videos on the web about setting up remote video collaboration workflows for people in post-production, but most rely on investing in a decent amount of hardware and/or software that aren’t always in a project’s (or freelancer’s) budget. The beautiful thing is we live in a time where tech is very much on our side, so working remotely with creative teams in real-time is feasible for almost anyone with a decent computer and internet connection. Below I’ve outlined three possible remote collaboration workflows that will work for any budget, including free!