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Chroma Keying, Green Screen, even for a layman, they have heard of it, or have seen it in some of the behind-the-scenes videos. Yes, we are talking about that, almost ever-present, green background behind the actors.
A clear blue sky, despite being beautiful, can sometimes be very monotonous for your theme. So today we’re going to learn how to do a sky replacement in DaVinci Resolve.
The signature look of any film reel is its dynamic range and grains. Now we can imitate the same on digitally shot videos. While the dynamic range depends on the camera being used, film grains on the other hand can be added in post.
The glitch effects have made their way into the glamour of music videos and abstract editing. Today, it’s no longer a fault or an error but an aesthetic and has become an art genre of its own.
Film Grains are the new black, the ongoing trend among filmmakers and video editors. Once considered a by-product, but now only when the digital cameras are giving ultra clean videos, we all realized we are missing an important part of filmmaking.
Learn about filmmaking on the go. From indie filmmaking to full blown high production filmmaking. Watch and learn from the biggest filmmaking channels on youtube.
You want to make your first short film. So we decided to write a quick blog about the things you need to go through before directing your first short.
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