LENS CORRECTION: Go Pro A-Go-Go

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

  Part 14 of 24 Lens Correction: Go Pro A-Go-Go Pincushion/Barrel Distortion Correction or Creation   Problem: You have a ton of highly distorted shots that have pincushion and barrel distortion that have to be corrected quickly. And in another case, you have normal shots of a baby’s face coming towards the camera and the

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ASPECT RATIO: One Filter To Rule Them All

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

  Part 13 of 24 Aspect Ratio: One Filter To Rule Them All Instant Film/Still Formatting Mask Many Formats To Choose From   Problem: You’re editing a film with a lot of found footage. Some are 16mm films, even 8mm while others are still camera…and to top it off you have to mask anamorphically in

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FRAME RATE: Dreaming Up That Dream Sequence

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

  Part 12 of 24 Frame Rate: Dreaming Up That Dream Sequence Hallucinatory Time-Altering Effects Are Yours At Light Speed   Problem: You’re editing a dream sequence and need to come up with a visually arresting but quick solution that isn’t too crazy, plus the main character is drunk and you have to create something

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LIGHT LEAK: Great, Contemporary Styling in a Flash…of Light

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

You have a very stylized show and your producer is stuck on having to use light leaks in the production (just like everyone else is doing) but is undecided on how they should look and wants to be able to change things like speed, color and texture as his  whims dictate or the mood calls for. You hmm and haw and move around nervously and then…

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VIEWFINDER: No More Importing Camera Overlays!

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

Your show has a ton of shots needing to look like surveillance footage, CCTV or targeting cameras.  Previously you either had to find and import a preexisting grid overlay, or create your own screen elements such as record lights, elapsed time counter or day/date readouts…in addition to battery power level, or you have to create the overlay in After Effects and reimport into your editor…only problem is: You don’t have After Effects. What are you going to do now?

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ACTIVE CAMERA: You Want Fries With That Shake?

Featured: Compositing

You’ve seen it before: the script calls for an earthquake in the middle of a scene and you have to simulate it. Or you have to fake a handheld camera shake. Usually, you’d have to do cumbersome and tedious keyframing and shot repositioning or other equally time-consuming tricks…and even then it might not look quite right and you have to do it again.

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