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Sunday, November 10, 2013

#Filmproduction: How to Perform an Automatic Color Balance in Final Cut Pro X

FCP X allows you to white balance your clips using the color balance tool within the Inspector, in combination with its integrated analyzation tool. When you import your clips, you have the option ...


#Filmproduction: How to Perform an Automatic Color Balance in Final Cut Pro X

#Photoshop: Tutorial: Paint from a photo

Open any image to begin. Separate the image into sections, for example, the sky, buildings, tress and grass, boats and water. To keep things as simple as possible we are using the Magic Wand. Thing...

#Photoshop: Tutorial: Paint from a photo

#Musicproduction: Intro to Musical Intervals

The distance between two notes is called an Interval. There are twelve notes in the chromatic scale which creates twelve possible inter...

#Musicproduction: Intro to Musical Intervals

#SocialMedia: Where Does Facebook Stop and the NSA Begin?

NSA begins at my harddrive. Facebook ends on some servers around the world.
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That social norm is just something that has evolved over time is how Mark Zuckerberg justified hijacking your privacy in 2010, after Facebook imperiously reset everyone's default settings to public.

#SocialMedia: Where Does Facebook Stop and the NSA Begin?

#Filmproduction: TIPS TO AVOID CHANGING YOUR FILM AFTER PICTURE LOCK: PT 2

It happens. You think you’ve finished your film and then you find something in it that you want to change. It’s not the end of the world, but in my prior article about making changes after picture...

#Filmproduction: TIPS TO AVOID CHANGING YOUR FILM AFTER PICTURE LOCK: PT 2

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: Create a Seamless Morph Push Transition

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In this tutorial, we’ll cover a neat technique using Liquify to do a morph. Instead of morphing from one face to another, we’ll morph from a wide shot to a close up. This will create a seamless tra...

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: Create a Seamless Morph Push Transition