This year we are headed to NAB (National Association for Broadcasters) April 16-21st and we want you to come with us! Grab a free exhibit guest pass ($150 value.) Limited amount available. First come, first serve. Code #LV8662. Register on the NAB website and put in the code.
For the latest installment of our VFX breakdowns, we are showcasing the visual effects from the box office smash hit Deadpool. The rebellious superhero movie that has gone against the grain features VFX work by Rodeo FX, Atomic Fiction, Blur Studio, Digital Domain, Weta Digital, Luma Pictures, Ollin, Image Engine and Furiosus Effects.
FX Guide and CG Meetup showcase some cool noteworthy examples in their breakdowns below, while Vashi Visuals talks about his 9 months as the editorial consultant on Deadpool and offers a Premiere Pro preset for you to freely use on any of your own projects!
Alternative versions of video are great for the creative process of video editing but how to narrow it down to THE one?
Many times you may not be sure what direction you want a particular element to go, or when collaborating with a production team you run into differences of opinion and need to sit down and democratically decide which components to keep.
Whether you want to start a filmmaking career, break into the visual effects scene or master video editing there’s a highly specialized online learning resource just waiting for you.
One of the elements that makes online schools so appealing in the film industry is that the majority of your time at film school is spent out in the world, on set, or making new film projects with classmates. So if you’re studying filmmaking at film school or learning VFX skills – you pretty much need to do your projects “out in the field” or dive deep in solo computer work.