Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jan 11, 2015
Duration
2h 30m
Description

Throughout these Photoshop and NUKE tutorials, we'll delve into the steps required to create a destroyed landscape image sequence. This will include understanding how to extract and manipulate sections of still images in Photoshop and bring those elements into NUKE for a live-action composite. You'll also learn various important compositing techniques while also creating a fun and interesting final product. By the end of the Photoshop and NUKE training, you'll have experienced how to integrate digital images and live-action video into a final composited image sequence. Software required: Photoshop CS4, NUKE 8.

About the author
About the author

Sean has worked as a Senior Digital Compositor for feature film visual effects studios such as Sony Pictures Imageworks, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Technicolor, Rhythm & Hues, and many others.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Sean Amlaner. I'm a senior digital compositor with experience in both 2D and 3D stereo compositing. My more recent work has been included in Captain America, Wreck It Ralph, and a number of other feature films. In this course we are going to learn how to take a set of digital photos and video and convert them to a destroyed landscape. Some of the key takeaways from watching this course include learning how to extract sections of images within Photoshop, understand proper design layout within a composited image, integrate multiple images utilizing color correction and other compositing techniques, integrate a live action video element in NUKE, and modify a still image to simulate a live action element. By the end of the training you will have learned how to integrate digital images and video into a final composited shot. I'm excited to work with Digital-Tutors and share these techniques with you, so let's get started with the first lesson.